The sub-inspector who is being accused of raping the girl was beaten up by the villagers, who had gathered in large numbers outside the police station. A four-year-old girl is allegedly being raped by a police officer, and this has led to a large-scale protest outside the police station in Rajasthan’s Dausa district. The sub-inspector who is being accused of raping the girl was beaten up by the villagers, who had gathered in large numbers outside the police station.
It is alleged that on Friday afternoon, while on election duty, Sub-inspector Bhupendra Singh enticed the girl into his room and sexually assaulted her. At the moment, the girl is being treated at a government hospital. Assistant Superintendent of Police Bajrang Singh said that the accused has been taken into custody and is the subject of an investigation.
A family who lives nearby filed a complaint, leading to the registration of a case against an identified SI named Bhupendra at the Rahuwas police station. He is been charged with rape by them. The young girl is being examined by a doctor. There will be necessary action, according to Mr. Singh.
As word got out, villagers flocked to the Rahuwas police station in large numbers and began yelling anti-police slogans. Before giving Bhupendra Singh over to the police, they also beat him.
Following his visit to the scene, BJP MP Kirodi Lal Meena stated, “There is a lot of anger among the people over the incident of a policeman raping a seven-year-old Dalit girl in Lalsot.” I’ve arrived at the right place to bring the defenseless child to justice.
Additionally, the BJP MP declared that the girl’s family would receive ₹ 50 lakh in compensation. I’m here to support the girl. Giving the family justice will be my top priority, and elections will come last for me. Mr. Meena called the incident shameful.
The Rajasthani government stood by its stance, stating that the accused had been dealt with right away.
According to Rajasthan DGP Umesh Mishra, strict action in this case has been taken.
Taking a jab at the Rajasthan government, BJP MP Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore accused Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot of ‘ruining the environment’ in the state where offenders are gaining power and disobeying the law. In Rajasthan, it occurs every day.
What would the public witness if sexual harassment against 35,000 women occurred in Rajasthan and an atmosphere was established wherein the PAs of Rajasthan Congress MLAs, as well as the families of MLAs and ministers, were involved? This has to do with destroying the environment. He stated that Ashok Gehlot, the chief minister and home minister, is solely responsible for this.