Bihar: Minor girl gangraped, thrown out of moving train

Alain Brian
Juin 19, 2017

As her condition deteriorated Saturday afternoon, she was referred to Patna Medical College and Hospital, where she was allegedly left unattended on the floor of the emergency ward for nearly 14 hours. The administration swung into action only after media highlighted the case. The survivor, along with two of the suspects, are residents of the village of Lakhochak in the Lakhisarai district in India, the place where the crime took place Friday night. "Someone gagged me from behind and dragged me to the nearby field. There were six or seven people; I recognised two of them as our neighbours", the victim said.

The victim has reportedly suffered huge bleeding and five pelvic bone fractures and is in a critical state say doctors at Lakhisarai Sadar Hospital.

When she became unconscious, they took her to the railway station, boarded a train and raped her again before throwing her out from the running train near Kiul railway station.

"When I regained consciousness, I found myself in a train".

While police investigation is in process, the girl's brother claimed that one person has been arrested.

She was admitted to the hospital by the passers-by after which they informed the police who told her family. When she was referred to Patna Medical College and Hospital for better treatment by a district hospital, she was refused a bed and had to lie on the floor for several hours before she got proper medical care. Search is on for others absconding.

On the other hand, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has assured the girl of bringing the perpetrators to justice.

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