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इंडियन आवाज़     23 Jul 2018 01:25:13      انڈین آواز
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Bihar: Principal, teacher, students held for gang-rape in school

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Chhapra (Bihar)

In another shoking incident, the Bihar Police on Friday arrested a principal, a teacher and two students for allegedly committing gang-rape of a school girl in an area near Chhapra.

The girl, in her complaint to the police, said that she was blackmailed and gang-raped by the principal, two teachers and 15 students for the last seven months, ever since her father went to jail.

The girl approached police superintendent Har Kishore Rai with the complaint on Friday morning. Police later arrested Uday Kumar alias Mukund Singh, the principal of the private school in Saran’s Parsagarh village, teacher Balaji and two minor students of the school. The girl was sent to a local hospital for a medical check-up and police are searching for the other accused.

According to the first information report registered by the police, the girl was gang-raped by three schoolmates in the school lavatory in December 2017. The accused also shot a video of the rape and threatened to make the video public if she reported the matter to anyone at school or home.

A case has been registered in Chhapra’s Parsagarh that falls under Ekma police station based on the girl’s statement.

The girl has alleged that ever since her father went to jail in December 2017, the principal and the teachers of the Deepeshwar Gyan Niketan gang-raped her.

In total, two teachers (including the principal) and 15 students have been booked on the basis of the victim’s statement.

The girl narrated the ordeal to her father when he was released from jail. The family alleged that the police first refused to lodge the complaint, but conceded after they threatened to take the matter to senior officials.

A medical test of the girl will now be conducted. agencies

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