How 18 Men Raped 11-year-old Girl For Months

Remigio Civitarese
Июля 18, 2018

Before the police could rescue them from the mob attack, the accused were forced down the stairs, where they were kicked and punched by several men who appear to be lawyers from their attire. All the accused were produced before a court which remanded them to judicial custody till July 31.

Tension prevails now as lawyers refused to allow the accused free passage. In connection with the case, the police are reported to have arrested at least 17 men so far. According to a report by TOI, the accused men sedated the minor with injections, drug-laced soft drinks and a powder that they made her sniff before sexually assaulting her.

The police told that Ravi Kumar, the 66-year-old elevator operator would initially sexually assault her in the nearly unoccupied 300-flat apartment complex.

Speaking to the reporters after the incident, G Mohanakrishnan, the President of the Madras Highcourt Advocates Association said, "We have chose to not represent the accused in any trial in relation to this case".

The girl was allegedly sexually harassed for over 7 months at an apartment building in Chennai.

The sexual assault came to light after the victim, a class seven student, narrated her ordeal to her elder sister. Three days later, he brought two other men who were under the influence of alcohol and raped her.

A sexagenarian lift operator had first raped the girl in a secluded place earlier this year, the police said on Monday. "We have detained 15 others and are conducting inquiries", a senior police officer said, according to The New Indian Express. The men were all reportedly employees of FOCUS and UK Facility Services, a private security firm in the city. Shockingly, the girl's mother who is a homemaker couldn't find anything suspicious when the girl was coming home late from school.

After learning about the gruesome assault, girl's parents rushed her to Kilpauk Medical College and Hospital for treatment on Sunday.

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