Rajasthan: Dalit girl kidnapped and gang raped, police station in-charge not writes FIR

Jaipur: A case of gang rape of a Dalit girl from Bharatpur in Rajasthan has come to light. The girl was reportedly kidnapped from the college gate, then taken to the forest and gangraped. When the victim reached the police station to lodge a complaint after the incident, Shravan Pathak, in-charge of The High Police Station, refused to lodge an FIR against the victim. The victim then approached Superintendent of Police Devendra Bishnoi and informed about the entire incident. Acting on this, the Superintendent of Police suspended the High Police Station officer late on Friday night.

A 19-year-old BA first year student studying in a college in Bharatpur was kidnapped by two youths from the village outside the college gate and picked up on a bike, where the two youths took turns raping the student in the forest and then abandoned her in the village forest and fled. The victim alleged that when she reached the police station with her family to lodge a complaint, the police did not write her complaint and the SHO shouted and drove them away.

District SP Devendra Kumar Bishnoi said that a student was raped and when she reached the police station, the police station in-charge did not lodge a complaint. The negligence of the police station in-charge has come to light in the case and the victim has met me and lodged a complaint. The police station in-charge has been suspended in case of negligence. The investigation of the case has been handed over to the Deputy District Superintendent of Police.

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