The four had allegedly gangraped a year-old girl at an abandoned building in Ahiyapur village of Sarmera police station area of the district late last evening. All the four men who allegedly gang-raped the year-old girl at an abandoned building in Ahiyapur village under Sarmera police station in Nalanda district late on Saturday evening were arrested, said SP Sudhir Kumar Porika. She agreed and accompanied them, but they took her instead to an abandoned building in Ahiyapur village. The four men took turns to rape the girl and then let her go with a warning that she would face dire consequences if she revealed the incident to anyone.
2 year-old girl, 4 other minors raped in India
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Aisa kabhi nahin hua ki hamein unki wajah se kuchh sunna pada. Woh hamare parivar ka garv hai We never had to hear anything on account of her. It often takes one crime or individual to be the pivot of an issue that had never hitherto received its due attention. The young girl, who was the victim of brutal gangrape and savagery has become just that: a hero for thousands across the country. As Jagruti continues to fight for a life that will have to be reconstructed with a lot of medical help and her own tremendous will, fighting alongside her is a whole gamut of Indians: from big towns and small, students and professionals, middle-class individuals to activist groups, women, and men. They are marching in protest, holding candle-light vigils, and venting ire on social networking sites.
Delhi bus rapist 'didn't express a second of regret' for crime, says filmmaker
Madhumita Pandey does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organisation that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond their academic appointment. Republish our articles for free, online or in print, under Creative Commons licence. A ten-year-old girl was recently denied an abortion by the Supreme Court of India. She was a victim of rape, which she alleges was perpetrated by her uncle several times over a period of seven months. Her pregnancy was discovered after she complained of stomach ache and was taken to the hospital, but in late July the court decided it was too late in the pregnancy for her to have an abortion.
A member of the Indian gang who raped and beat up a girl on a bus in has expressed no regret over his actions. Mukesh Singh told a UK filmmaker that Jyoti Singh, 23, would be alive today if she stayed silent and didn't put up a fight. Speaking from prison, Mukesh Singh says he does not regret raping year-old Jyoti Singh, who later died from the injuries inflicted upon her. Credit: BBC.