Four young men are alleged to have gang-raped two minor sisters in Sonipat, Haryana, and then forced them to drink pesticides. The incident came to light after police conducted an autopsy after the sisters died during treatment at a Delhi hospital.
According to the Haryana police, the two underage girls were taken to a hospital in Delhi and died during treatment.
“The victim’s family told us that the girls were taken to a hospital in Delhi after being bitten by a snake. Our team visited the hospital to verify the facts. The doctor at the hospital told us that these girls died of insecticide poisoning, rather than being bitten by snakes,” said an officer of the Kundley Police Department.
“We sent the bodies to an autopsy. When examining the bodies, the girls appeared to have been tortured and might even be attacked. The autopsy report cleared our doubts,” the official added.
The official also told the news person that they trusted the parents of the victims and assured them that appropriate measures would be taken against the perpetrators.
“The mother of two minors later told us that four young men from the Bihar gang raped her daughter and threatened that if they report the incident, the consequences will be serious,” the official added. The mother told the media: “After losing two daughters, I was worried about my son’s life. I had no complaints before. But now I want to get justice for my two daughters. “
” My daughters were taken from there. They were kidnapped in the room and captured by four young people from Bihar who lived near us and worked here,” added the deceased minor’s mother. .
La Sonipat Police said: “The victim’s mother has named four youths identified as Arun Kumar, Foolchand, Dukhan Pandit and Ram Suhag in the FIR. We have registered under the POCSO Act and various other parts of the Act. A case. “Criminal Code of India (CPI)”.
Haryana police are raiding various locations in Sonnpat and neighboring Delhi to catch the perpetrators. A senior official told the media that a team was also sent to Bihar to arrest four defendants.