Wednesday, June 16, 2021

Minor girl abducted, gang-violated in Govindpur Theme Park in Jamshedpur, 3 arrested, 1 absconding

Victim in hospital, names accused in statement, Saryu demands arrest and strict action

Jamshedpur: A minor girl living in Birsanagar was abducted and violated by a group of miscreants in Theme Park at Govindpur. The girl is in serious condition and under treatment. Three have been arrested, others are absconding in the case.

Saryu Roy demands strict action in abduction case
Saryu Roy demands strict action in abduction case

In a shocking incident, reminding one of the Nirbhaya incident of New Delhi, a 16-year-old minor girl was going to her maternal uncle’s house in Gadra on Tuesday, when she was abducted on the way by four miscreants and physically abused.

The police confirmed that the miscreants abducted her and forcibly took her to Theme Park in Govindpur and violated her.

When her father learnt that she had not reached maternal uncle’s house, he searched for her and having failed to trace her later reached police station and filed a missing report.

Saryu Roy demands strict action in abduction case
Saryu Roy demands strict action in abduction case

Birsanagar police started a massive search for the girl. The minor victim was found Wednesday evening.

The victim told the police that four miscreants abducted her and physically violated her.

On the basis of her statement, the police identified three accused and are looking for one absconding accused.

Saryu Roy, MLA, Jamshedpur East speaking to media about abduction case and demands strict action against accused.

Soon after receiving information about the incident, Saryu Roy, MLA of East Singhbhum reached the place and demanded that the accused be arrested immediately.

The police were already on their job and they arrested three accused. Police are on the look out for the fourth absconding accused.

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(We are not naming, identifying, mentioning address, or showing statement of victim’s father to avoid adverse impact on legal processes.)

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