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A gang rape and murder surfaces in Haryana even more brutal than the Nirbhaya case

Mutilated woman had sticks, stones, condoms in her private parts.

By The American Bazaar Staff

NEW DELHI: As Delhi woke up on Saturday to vote for a new government, there was some sickening news too that made headlines, to make one feel humanity has nosedived to bestial depths, a crime that will do down in history as perhaps unparalleled in its cruelty: the body of a 28-year-old woman was found in Bahu Akbarpur in Haryana’s Rohtak district. Post-mortem results found she had been gang raped, tortured, mutilated and murdered.

The body of the mentally-challenged woman, who reports say was from Vardia district in Nepal, was found last Wednesday, three days after she was reported missing. The victim had been under treatment in Haldwani, reported The Times of India. She had come to Rohtak in Haryana, a few months back to visit her sister, who works as a domestic help in the city.

India is still to recover from the horror of the Nirbhaya gang rape case in December, 2012, when a student was gang raped on a moving bus in Delhi, brutalized with an iron rod inserted in her vagina, and thrown off the bus. She died from her injuries.

The latest gang rape case in Haryana, however, is even more brutal. The woman’s body was found without key organs, along with sticks, stones and condoms stuffed into her private parts, the Times report said.
Police said the woman’s body was decomposing when autopsy was conducted on it at Pandit Bhagwat Dayal Sharma Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences (PGIMS) in Rohtak on Thursday.

PGIMS’s forensic medicines department head Dr. S K Dhatterwal said he has supervised or conducted around 30,000 autopsies, but has never seen such brutality in his 29-year career.

He said two stones were inserted into the slain woman’s anus. “Her face was eaten by animals; her lungs and heart were found missing. Also, her skull had fractured and there were injury marks on both her thighs and chest,” he said.

Doctors took five hours to conduct the autopsy. “There was a 16cm long and 4cm wide stick-like article in her vagina. We presume that a longer stick was used and it may have broken inside her. We also found a number of condoms in her vagina,” Dhatterwal was quoted as saying by the Times.

Rohtak SP Shashank Anand said they have no clue about the identity of the rapists. “We have constituted an SIT to track down the perpetrators,” he said. “We have put our best investigators on the job.”

Anand said the woman was a victim of aggravated sexual assault.

“It is a blind case of rape and murder… We are conducting a scientific probe considering all possible angels,” he said.

The police have announced a reward of Rs. 1 lakh reward to anybody who provides information about the rapists.

Despite national outrage and protests on the streets of cities in India after the Nirbhaya gang rape case, the spate of crimes against women has been unabated in the country.

Recently, a 15-year-old girl was gang raped by three minors in Agra, Rajasthan, and the video of the crime circulated on WhatsApp. The crime surfaced only two days after another heinous crime took place in Sambhal district, where a college student was abducted and raped by four men. That crime was uploaded on YouTube by the perpetrators.

The Times reported earlier that Sunitha Krishnan, an anti-trafficking activist based in Hyderabad begun a campaign called ‘shame the rapists’ on the internet. She had posted photographs of six alleged rapists, after having seen a video that a friend had forwarded to her. Her car was vandalized soon after. The rapists of that unidentified crime are still at large.

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10 Comments

  1. Tammy Gartner
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    Until this country learns that the only way to deal with these crimes is to hang these animals and send a message to all others that this won’t be tolerated, this will continue and even escalate further.

    • bhaskar kanitkar
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      These bastards should not be killed easily. Their penis needs to be cut along with both their hands and legs and should be left alive on the roads, so that they die out of pain.

  2. Javaid Wani
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    only possible to curb to impose laws as r in saudi arabia

  3. KK
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    Solution is All people should immediately STOP paying all Government dues, no bills even water & electricity, income tax, toll tax etc etc. till Govt provides solution to satisfaction of public. Police & Law enforcement agencies be held responsible with timelines. Any person found lying even once or not appearing in court even once to be punished severely, no bail which means including the lawyers & judges. Further, if any more cases reported Public to STOP Parliament proceedings.

  4. Peace
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    Shame on the Indian Law which is still weak in front of such rapists and yet not made strict even after Nirbhaya’s case or many other cases which we are not even aware about. What the so called Prime minister, politicians, and police force is doing? Are they sleeping? Wake up INDIA!!!!!!

    And to all the people (prime minister, politician, police) who have power in their hands but could not stop such brutal act must have shame on yourself!!! Had it been your wife/daughter/sister, you would have left no stone unturned in order to get justice to you and your family.

    ALL ARE SHAMELESS AND RUTHLESS!!!! Wake-up India!!!

    Castration is the only punishment for such act! Please save our Indian daughters by making law more strict and by believing in real actions and not by just making campaigns or passing on slogans for self marketing!!!!! If you have genuine solution then put it into action!

  5. Dr. Sabitha
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    I probably think the government of India is waiting for something to happen with the girls or daughters of their families and only then that they will take some serious action against such bruits….. Sorry for the suffering families and at the same time to the insane government of India which doesn’t even know their priority of action in law and order…

    • KK
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      yes, agree

    • radhika
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      Even if we keeping sending or raising slogans the government is keen to earn money out these issue rather passing any strict laws

  6. Ajinkya Joshi
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    The only way to get rid of this critical crime is to hang them to death.

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