5 Jihadists gangrape a Hindu girl by dragging her into a Field

Uttar Pradesh: In the village of Imlia Sultanpur in Sitapur district, a minor girl was abducted and subjected to gang rape by a group of perpetrators who later recorded the incident and, posted it on social media. The police provided this information on Monday, stating that the main accused in the case of gang rape has been arrested following the circulation of the viral video.

According to the complaint filed by the victim, the incident occurred on September 7th when the girl was returning home from the market in Imlia Sultanpur village. The police stated that two youths from a neighboring village, Shibu and Nazim, took the girl to a cane field, where three others were also present, and they all collectively committed the sexual assault on her.

The police mentioned that the girl informed them that the culprits recorded the crime on their mobile phones and threatened her with dire consequences if she told the incident to anyone. The police stated that a case was registered against all five accused after the incident came to light, and one of the accused, Shibu, was arrested on Monday.

The investigation into the incident has been initiated by police officials, and efforts are underway to locate the other accused based on the statement of the victim. The case is being treated with utmost priority, and prompt action is being taken in accordance with the district’s protocols.

Meanwhile, the Superintendent of Police, A.R.P. Singh, and Additional SP (South) Rajeev Dixit visited the village amid tension surrounding the gang rape case, and as a precautionary measure, deployed police forces in the village.

This incident involves allegations of gang rape, which highlights the seriousness of crimes against women in society. There is a need to address such crimes firmly in the country and take active measures for the improvement of security and justice. Additionally, it is essential to promote awareness for the safety of women by going beyond community struggles and conflicts.

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