Chhattisgarh: Girl raped in Divyang training camp, case registered

Raipur: A case of rape of a young girl and molestation of five other girls at a training centre for divyangs in Jashpur district of Chhattisgarh state has created a sensation. A variety of skill training campaigns are conducted for differently abled girls in the training camp called Samarth conducted by District Mineral Institute Trust Law. According to information received, the training setter's watchman and care taker have been accused of rape and molestation.

The incident, which is said to be three days old, came to light on Saturday when the family members of the girls rushed to meet them. The children living in the hostel are unable to speak and listen. Police have sent all the girls for medical tests. The caretaker and watchman accused in the case have been arrested by the police. However, police said the incident was reported on Thursday night.

Vijay Agarwal, Superintendent of Police, Jashpur district informed that the incident took place on September 22, when the police received information, taking immediate action, ASP along with a team of women were sent to the Centre for investigation. Preliminary investigations have revealed sexual harassment and molestation of minors. The age of all the victims is said to be 14 to 16 years.

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