Nellore: Nirbhaya-type rape in Nellore
Nirbhaya-Type Rape in Nellore, December 16 Gang-Rape Case in Delhi. The four were being allowed to stay with parents as they were minors. Threat of agitation by parents force police to register case Guard Raju and Forest Officer Ramana being shifted to a hospital in Tirupati
December 16 first anniversary today
Sullurpet (Nellore): Even as the nation was readying to observe the first anniversary of the ghastly December 16 gang-rape case in Delhi, a similar incident took place in Andhra Pradesh on the eve of the anniversary in Sullurpet town in Nellore district on Sunday.
Both cases have a chilling resemblance – the girl was attacked and raped in the presence of her lover. Only difference is that it is not a gang-rape in the Sullurpet incident and the assailant accosted them, claiming to be a cop.
A girl from Jangalapalli in Sullurpet mandal and a boy from Guntakindapalli in Srikalahasti mandal in Chittoor district have fallen in love. On Saturday, they visited Sri Chengalamma Parameswari Temple in Sullurpet, and after darshan went to the nearby Kalangi River .
A youth Rajasekhar hailing from Doravarisatram mandal, claimed to be a cop, and threatened them. He took away their money and valuables and tried to outrage the modesty of the girl. The girl’s lover tried to resist him, but Rajasekhar overpowered him and thrashed them both with a stick. He then committed the heinous act on the woman as the injured lover watched helplessly. As the culprit tried to flee after the crime, the lovers managed to raise an alarm and with the help of passers-by caught him.
On receipt of information, police rushed to the spot and took the rapist into custody. They shifted the woman to the government hospital here and booked cases against Rajasekhar under the Nirbhaya Act and the SC/ST Atrocities Act.
4 minor boys gang-rape a minor girl
Threat of agitation by parents forcepolice to register case
Mahabubnagar: Four boys aged 14, 11, 12 and 13 years allegedly gang-raped on the evening of December 12 a six-year-old girl of Hanumanpura, who used to attend tuition given by a private teacher.
The boys belong to the same area. Although the victim’s mother realised the molestation and lodged a complaint, police delayed acting on it since the offenders were minors. When they were waiting to register a case, basing on the medical report, the girl’s parents threatened to agitate.
This forced them to register cases under Section 376 D of IPC (sub-clause 2 A) and the Protection of Children from Sexual offences Act, according to One town CI Balaji Naik. He said on Sunday that the boys would be arrested after the medical report was received.
The four were being allowed to stay with parents as they were minors. Threat of agitation by parents force police to register case Guard Raju and Forest Officer Ramana being shifted to a hospital in Tirupati