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UP Horror: 13-Year-Old Dalit Girl Raped And Brutally Killed In Lakhimpur Kheri

Lakhimpur Kheri: In one other case of brutality, a 13-year-old Dalit woman was raped and killed within the Lakhimpur Kheri district of Uttar Pradesh, mentioned police.

Her physique was present in a sugarcane discipline on Saturday. Two males from her village have been arrested.

The woman had been strangled, her eyes gouged out and her tongue lower.

The incident reportedly befell on Friday in a village near the Nepal border. Her physique was discovered within the fields of one of many accused.

The district police chief Satyendra Kumar mentioned, “The girl’s post mortem has confirmed rape. The two accused had been arrested already. We will file charges for rape, murder and also book them under the National Security Act.”

In keeping with experiences, the woman had gone lacking on Friday afternoon.

“We went looking for her everywhere and finally found her in the sugarcane field. Her eyes had been gouged out. Her tongue was cut and she had been strangled with a ‘dupatta’,” the daddy of the woman mentioned.

Bahujan Samaj Social gathering President Mayawati condemned the incident on Twitter calling it ‘extremely shameful’.

“What is the difference between the governments of the Samajwadi Party and the present BJP if such incidents keep happening?” she requested.

Bhim Military chief Chandra Shekhar Azad additionally commented on the incident. “Dalit oppression is at its peak under the BJP government… If it is not the jungle raj, then what is? Our daughters are not safe, our homes are not safe, there is an atmosphere of fear everywhere. Yogi Adityanath should resign,” he mentioned.

It might be recalled that on August 6, a 6-year-old woman in Hapur district was kidnapped and raped. The police arrested the accused on Friday. The woman stays in a hospital and has been by means of at the very least one surgical procedure. Medical doctors say she is steady however not out of hazard.


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