Woman thrown off moving train after ‘gangrape’ in UP’s Mau district
VARANASI: A woman was thrown out of a moving train near Kajha Khurd village in the Mau district of Uttar Pradeh after she was allegedly gang-raped in the wee hours on Sunday.
According to reports, some villagers were passing through railway tracks in Kajha Khurd village, between Paligadh halt and Khurhat railway station, on Sunday morning when they heard the cries of some woman. When they reached close to her, she was found in nude condition while her ankle had also been chopped. Villagers claimed that she informed them that she had boarded Tamsa passenger train from Audihar to reach the place of in-laws in Shahganj area of Jaunpur district. She alleged that she had been gang-raped by two persons and was later thrown off the moving train.
Later, she fell unconscious. Villagers arranged some clothes for her and also called ambulance to rush her to the district hospital in Mau. The news of incident brought the GRP officials on their toes. Circle officer GRP Gorakhpur Tanveer Ahmed reached Mau district to investigate the matter. He told TOI, “During initial medical examination, the allegation of rape had not been confirmed. Now, pathology test report is awaited to know whether she had been raped.”
North indian rapists ….tell something new. Tell that a woman in north india is not raped – then it is news.
Rape happens in all part of India. But, in North India it is more because, the laws are not strict there. Also, those who rape are not considered as criminals there. But In south Inida, the rapes gets reported and the society shuns them.
Once upon a time the area of UP and Bihar was the most developed and intellectual part of India. Sad to see the fall. With good leadership it can rise again.
A SHAME that repeats itself, almost everyday. Makes me think that Every male needs to change their attitude towards women, starting from me.
Nothing will change the mindset of the people. Unless we teach our children from grass root level the importance of respecting women.
India has become unsafe for women. Chances of a woman returning safe is a big question today. This condition shows the state of law and order in the nation. It also shows the inefficiency of the administration and the judiciary.