When the mother came to take the kidnap daughter, Thakur said ‘will return after 2 days’ then the dead body of the Dalit daughter was found!
When the mother went to the Thakurs’ house, she shooed her away saying that after two days your daughter would be returned.
Vaishali: A shocking incident has come to the fore in Vaishali, Bihar. A sensational incident of kidnapping, gang-raping and then killing a Dalit girl has been carried out in Shahpur village under Tisiota police station. Very serious allegations have been made by the family of the deceased.
The accused said, will return the girl after two days
The complaint given by the victim’s family to the police is going viral on social media. It is written in this complaint letter that on December 20, Anjali (name changed) was kidnapped by the Thakurs of the village itself when she went to the toilet. The mother of the deceased has alleged that the Thakurs kidnapped her daughter at gunpoint and when she along with the villagers went to the Thakur’s house to pick up the daughter, she shooed her away saying that your daughter would be returned after two days. .
Dead body found in water
According to the complaint, on December 26, the women who had gone to graze the goat found the body submerged in water, which was identified as Anjali (name changed). The victim’s mother has named Anurag Kumar, Rakesh Chaudhary, Manoj Chaudhary, Anshu Kumar as the main accused.
Delhi cabinet minister Rajendra Pal Gautam demanded action
Delhi’s Social Welfare Minister Rajendra Pal Gautam, demanding action against the accused, wrote, ‘This heart-breaking incident reminded the film Rowdy Rathore, some people think that this happens only in films, no wonder it is still the reality of the country. And because of this, India is getting weak continuously, will @PMOIndia of the country take action on such increasing incidents?
This incident has again proved that under the rule of Nitish Kumar, popularly known as Sushasan Babu, all limits of cruelty are being crossed with Dalits.
Courtesy: The Shudra
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