Yet another gang-rape, this time in EFLU, Hyderabad

  • Yet another Child molested in Bengaluru

Hyderabad, November 3: A post-graduate student of English and Foreign Languages University (EFLU) was raped by two people including a fellow student on the university campus, police said on Sunday. Police arrested the accused after the 23-year-old girl lodged a complaint that she was raped in boy’s hostel on the night of Oct 31.

Such incidents seem to happen despite the so called safety measures; that too frighteningly frequent. And many, continue to remain unreported. However, the EFLU student, who was sent for medical examination, told police that the accused intoxicated and violated her during a party, but she did not approach them immediately after the incident as she was traumatized. However, supported by her fellow students, she lodged a complaint, eventually.

Police identified the accused as Nitin Solasamudram and Raj Simha. While 21-year-old Nitin is a post-graduate student of journalism, Raj Simha (24) is a former student of the university. Both the accused are from Andhra Pradesh.

Meanwhile, yet another child was molested in Bangaluru. A two-year-old girl child was allegedly molested on Sunday at a playground in the city, police said. The victima��s parents lodged a complaint with the police following which, the police arrested Suresh, 29 and a criminal case was registered against the suspect under sections 4 and 6 of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012 and section 376 of the Indian Penal Code.

“We will seek the suspect’s custody for interrogation Monday from a local court and investigate the case to file charge sheet at the earliest,” the official said.

The latest heinous crime against a girl child comes days after a six-year-old student was allegedly raped by her Hindi teacher in Cambridge School in the eastern suburb Oct 28-29 and a three-year-old student by an attendant in Orchids School in the northern suburb Oct 21.

The two accused in both cases were arrested and remanded to custody for investigation.A�A�Speedy enquiry and fast judgements are the need of the hour, by the concerned authorities, in all the above cases.

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