A day after a 34-year-old girl died after she was brutally raped in Mumbai suburb Sakinaka, one other incident of sexual abuse has been reported in Maharashtra, this time in Ulhasnagar.
A 15-year-old lady was raped in a railway lodging on the Ulhasnagar station premises Friday night time, Railway police mentioned in the present day. A case has been registered beneath sections of IPC and the Safety Of Youngsters From Sexual Offences Act (POCSO) and the accused has been arrested.
Railway Police Commissioner Qaisar Khalid advised the media that the 15-year-old lady was getting back from Shirdi. She bought off at Bhiwandi bypass, then went to Kalyan and boarded an area prepare to Ulhasnagar.
After getting off round 9 pm, she met two buddies they usually headed dwelling. They had been strolling on the skywalk on the station when the accused approached them.
Based on police, the accused scared away the lady’s buddies with a hammer he was carrying. He allegedly kidnapped her and took her to a abandoned railway lodging about 50 m from the skywalk. There, the accused allegedly raped and assaulted the 15-year-old. The lady was confined there the entire night time.
Within the morning, she managed to flee and borrowed a passer-by’s cellphone and referred to as her pal, who suggested her to go to the closest police station.
Based on the Railway Police Commissioner, two police stations refused to file the lady’s criticism on the bottom that the crime didn’t happen of their jurisdiction. He mentioned will probably be probed why her criticism was not filed.
“We carried out the sufferer’s medical examination and she or he is receiving counselling. A forensic workforce has examined the spot and investigation is on,” Mr Khalid mentioned.
“We carried out a background verify on the accused and located that there are lots of instances towards him in Thane metropolis for offences equivalent to theft,” he added.
“We’re trying into how you can keep away from such incidents once more, particularly in railway areas which have poor lighting and are abandoned,” he mentioned.