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Raped by the System: the Wadakancherry Rape Case

The prime accused in the case is a corporation councillor belonging to the CPM that is ruling the state

martedì 3 marzo 2015

INDIA GANG RAPE

Una donna di 30 anni è stata violentata sabato nel distretto di Dhanusha (Nepal Centrale) da un branco di una decina di uomini che alla fine le hanno anche mutilato gli organi genitali. 



Lo scrive oggi il quotidiano The Himalayan Times. Madre di un bambino di undici anni con cui viveva, la donna aveva abbandonato, senza divorziare, il marito otto anni fa per profondi dissapori famigliari.

Il gruppo, riferisce il giornale, si è introdotto in casa sua forzano la porta di ingresso e l'ha sottoposta a ripetute violenze, ed alla fine hanno utilizzato un coltello per mutilarle le parti intime.

Prima di lasciare la casa, gli autori dell'aggressione hanno anche rubato alcuni gioielli e del denaro. La vittima dello stupro è stata ricoverata in un ospedale della zona mentre la polizia ha arrestato sette persone sospettate di aver partecipato all'aggressione.

Orrore in Nepal, donna stuprata da dieci uomini: genitali mutilati 3 marzo 2015

Police in India have arrested eight men over the gang rape and murder of a mentally ill Nepalese woman.

The 28-year-old woman went missing on 1 February in the town of Rohtak in Haryana state, where she was seeking hospital treatment. Her mutilated body was found in a field on Wednesday.

A post mortem examination has confirmed multiple sexual assaults.

Meanwhile, reports say a Japanese student has been raped by a man in the northern state of Rajasthan.

Police said the man met the 20-year-old student in Jaipur and offered to act as her tour guide. He later took the woman on his motorcycle to a village outside the city and raped her, it is alleged.

The incident comes a month after five men were arrested in eastern India charged with kidnapping and repeatedly raping a Japanese student.

'Horrific case'

On Monday, Haryana director general of police YP Singhal told the BBC that eight of the nine men accused of the the rape and murder of the mentally ill woman have been arrested.

Police said they had confessed to raping and murdering the woman, although the accused were yet to comment,

The doctor who carried out the post mortem examination told the NDTV channel that he had "never seen such a horrific case" in his 29-year-long career.

"The injuries suggest she was hit on the head with a heavy object, became partly unconscious and was then gang-raped. Animals and rodents had eaten bits of the body," Dr SK Dhattarwal said.

The post mortem revealed that stones, blades and sticks were forced inside her during the attack, reports said.

On Sunday, hundreds of people blocked a highway in Haryana and held candlelight vigils in protest against the crime.

Reports said that the woman, who was from Nepal, had travelled to Rohtak a few months ago to live with her sister and receive treatment for depression at a local hospital.

"In Nepal too she kept falling in and out of depression. Last year, we finally decided to get her regular treatment," the woman's brother told The Indian Express.

"A friend suggested a doctor in Nainital [in Uttarakhand state] and since then she was on medication. I had purchased all her medicines when she told me she wanted to live with our sister for a while."

She went missing from her sister's home and her body was found in a field by a highway, some 18km (11 miles) away, police said.

The victim's sister, who led the protests in Rohtak, has accused the police of being slow in registering a complaint, a charge the police have denied.

"Police have been slow to arrest the perpetrators, they should be arrested immediately and hanged," she said.

"I want justice for my sister, they have been brutal to her, it's just spine chilling," she added.

Scrutiny of sexual violence in India has grown since the December 2012 Delhi gang rape and murder.

The government tightened laws on sexual violence in 2013 after widespread protests following the attack.

Correspondents, however, say tougher laws have failed to bring down the number of rape cases and a series of high-profile crimes have taken place since then.


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Rape cases that have shocked India

  • 23 January 2014: Thirteen men held in West Bengal in connection with the gang rape of a woman, on orders of village elders who objected to her relationship with a man

  • 4 April 2014: A court sentences three men to hang for raping a 23-year-old photojournalist in Mumbai last year

  • 15 January 2014: A Danish woman is gang raped after losing her way near her hotel in Delhi

  • 17 September 2013 : Five youths held in Assam for gang-raping a 10-year-old girl

  • 4 June 2013: A 30-year-old American woman gang-raped in Himachal Pradesh

  • 30 April 2013: A five-year-old girl dies two weeks after being raped in Madhya Pradesh

  • 16 December 2012: Student gang raped on Delhi bus, sparking nationwide protests and outrage

Indian police arrest eight for 'brutal' Haryana rape and murder 9 February 2015 

NEW DELHI: An intellectually disabled Nepalese woman was savagely raped and murdered before her mutilated body was dumped in a field in northern India, police said Sunday, in the country's latest brutal sex attack.
The 28-year-old woman went missing on February 1 in Rohtak city in northern Haryana state, where she had been living with her sister while undergoing treatment at a hospital, police said.
An autopsy revealed that stones, blades and sticks were forced inside her during the attack, local media reported, quoting officials.
Her body was found in a field beside a highway three days later.
“Our teams have got some crucial leads. We will soon arrest those responsible and ensure that they get the most stringent punishment,” Rohtak police senior superintendent Shashank Anand told NDTV news channel.
The victim's sister led a candlelit vigil in Rohtak on Saturday, accusing police of dragging their heels in their investigation.
“Police have been slow to arrest the perpetrators, they should be arrested immediately and hanged. I want justice for my sister, they have been brutal to her, it's just spine chilling,” the sister, who cannot be named for legal reasons, told NDTV.

Disabled Nepali woman raped, murdered in India FEB 10, 2015

CHANDIGARH: The 28-year-old Nepali woman was gang-raped for three hours by nine youths before being killed by using bricks and inserting pieces of asbestos sheets into her private parts near a village of Rohtak district, interrogation of the accused by police has revealed. The accused took turns to rape the woman even when she was unconscious.


The special investigation team chief Amit Bhatia said police interrogating accused Rajesh alias Ghuchadu, Sunil alias Sheela, Sarvar alias Billu, Manbir, Sunil alias Madha, Pawan, Parmod alias Padam, all resident of Khedi Gaddi, and Santosh, a native of Nepal, who was also living in the same village.

According to police officials, when the woman reached Khedi Gaddi around 7 pm February 1, five of the nine youths were having liquor in at the hotel Sheela situated on the road. "They spotted the woman when she crossed the hotel. They came out of the hotel to follow her and ultimately caught her. Meanwhile, two more youths reached there and then they took her to a room situated in the fields," said sources close to the investigators.

'Drunk youths raped Nepali woman for 3 hours, killed her out of fear'  Feb 14, 2015

INDIA RAPE ARCHIVE


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