Patna: A case of shame to humanity has come to light in the Aurangabad district of Bihar. Where the girl was killed and the body dumped in a village. Meanwhile, locals got angry after the body was recovered on Friday evening, after which family members and villagers placed bodies at the hospital gate and protested demanding the arrest of the killers. On receiving information about the incident, DSP rushed with the force and persuaded the people to calm down. Along with this, the police said that something would become clear only after the post-mortem report came after taking possession of the body.
In fact, the case pertains to a village in the Fesar police station area under the Aurangabad district. According to a police official, the family members said in a complaint to the police that the 25-year-old had boarded a train from Baghoi station with her sister-in-law to Rafiganj Market on November 18. Her sister-in-law was left at Rafiganj station on her way back from the market. The young woman got down at the station and left Gotni and said she was going to bring her sister-in-law. She then left for Rafiganj by Dhanbad Intercity train. There, there were some punks on the train. The miscreants found the girl alone and pulled the chain between Jakhim and Dev Road station and stopped the train. They then took the young woman off. They then took her to the Badhar in Gharwa village and carried out the gang rape.
Local villagers alleged that the 25-year-old girl was murdered after she was gang-raped. The body was then thrown into the bushes for the purpose of erasing evidence. The police officer said the victim worked as a Jeevika Mitra. Meanwhile, the family was worried when the young woman did not return home. The woman's disappearance was reported to the Fesser police station. Meanwhile, police recovered his body from the Rafiganj police station area on Friday evening. The postmortem could not be conducted as it was night. However, police reached Sadar hospital on Saturday morning for a postmortem of the body. In the meantime, a large number of family members and villagers arrived and started organically.