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Minor gang-raped, mutilated, thrown out from moving train

DNMUM390867 | 6/19/2017 | Author : Vithika Salomi | WC :379 | India



Patna: In a chilling reminder of Delhi’s Nirbhaya gangrape case, a minor was allegedly gang-raped and her private parts mutilated before she was thrown out from a moving train in Bihar.
The incident came to light on Sunday, when the survivor, a student of Class 10, was brought to the state capital for treatment, where she is battling for her life.
According to the survivor, she had gone to answer nature’s call early on Friday morning in the fields in Lakhisarai district, when two men, Santosh Yadav and Mrityunjay Yadav, raped her. Later, six other men also took turns to rape her. Later, six other men also took turns to rape her. She was then taken on-board a train where they raped her again and wounded her private parts.Read full story


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