International school operator booked for deeding 17 girls on practical pretext

Lucknow: Managers of 2 private schools in Up's Muzaffarnagar district are accused of allegedly drugging 17 girls and attempting to rape them. Police have registered cases against the two men in the case. With this, a police officer has been booked for negligence in the case.

Senior Superintendent of Police of Muzaffarnagar district Abhishek Yadav said on Monday that cases have been recorded on the family's complaint following the intervention of BJP leader and local MLA Pramod Utwal. He said, Vinod Kumar Singh, in-charge of Purkaji police station, has been booked for alleged negligence in the case. A report has been filed under sections of the POCSO Act against Yogesh Kumar Chauhan, director of Surya Dev Public School at Bhopa police station and Arjun Singh, director of GGS International School in Purkaji area.

The manager had taken the girls to another school to get practical: Where it was revealed that the alleged incident took place when Yogesh Surya Dev had taken 17 girls studying in public school to GGS school to get a pilot exam and was asked to stay there overnight. According to a complaint by the family members of the victims, the two accused allegedly sexually assaulted and raped minor girls by intoxicating them.

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