Minor rape victim in lockup

09 Apr 2013 01:14 AM

Minor rape victim in lockup

Updated 09 Apr 2013 01:14 AM

Desperately looking for an image makeover the Uttar Pradesh Police suffered a major setback when a 10-year-old who was allegedly raped was thrown into a lockup in Bulandshahr. The officers responsible have been punished police said. The incident took place Monday when a minor girl went with her mother to a womens police station to lodge a rape complaint against a 24-year-old. But instead of addressing the concerns of the distraught woman and her daughter the women officers abused and shooed away the mother while detaining the girl in the lock up police said.

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