Mumbai: A 34-year-old woman was brutally raped and then killed in Mumbai's Sakinaka. Just a few days after her death, a new case came to light. In fact, the matter is said to be from Ulhasnagar in Maharashtra. The girl has also been sexually abused here. In this case, railway police said, "A 15-year-old girl was raped at a railway residence in Ulhasnagar station premises on Friday night.''
At the same time, it is being said that a case has been registered under sections of the IPC and the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act and the accused has been arrested. In the case, Railway Police Commissioner Kaiser Khalid said that the 15-year-old girl was returning from Shirdi and arrived on Bhiwandi bypass, then went to Kalyan and boarded a local train to Ulhasnagar. After leaving here at about nine p.m., she met two friends and they went home. Meanwhile, she was walking on a skywalk at the station when the accused approached her.
Police said the accused scared the girl's friends with a hammer and then allegedly kidnapped her. He then took her to a deserted railway residence about 50 metres from the skywalk and here the accused allegedly raped and assaulted a 15-year-old girl. The girl reportedly lay there all night but managed to escape in the morning. She then called her friend from a passerby's phone who advised her to go to the nearest police station.
In the same case, the Railway Police Commissioner says that two police stations refused to lodge a complaint against the girl in the area that the crime was not within their jurisdiction. At the same time, he said that we will look into why her complaint was not lodged. It has also been said that "We have conducted a medical examination of the victim and she is being counselled. A forensic team has examined the spot and investigations are on."
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