Police refuse to write report of gangrape with Dalit student

Lucknow: An astounding gang rape case has come to light with a Dalit student of Class XI in Lucknow. It has also been revealed that the police had been avoiding registering the case for a month. When the victim reached the police station complaining, she was mocked and returned. When the Hathras case came to the fore, the police came under pressure and filed an FIR.

In view of the seriousness of the Hathras case, the two accused have been arrested by the police after the high officials intervened. According to the information, the 11th student living in the thana Gudumba area alleges that on August 23, a young man named Vipin had called her home with a document in the name of getting a job. Shakeel and three of the four youths were already present at the house when the victim arrived at Vipin's house. The victim alleges that she was raped by everyone. They raped the girl for 1 week.

A week later, the victim escaped from the accused' house after her health deteriorated. The victim then informed her family and filed FIR at the Garhi outpost of Thana Gudumba, and the officials avoided it. It is alleged that in the meantime, the accused Vipin went to the victim's house and threatened her not to file FIR and also molested the victim's sisters.

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