In another shameful and shocking incident, a student of a Sonipat school was allegedly gang-raped by two members of school staff. The victim has now written a letter to the Prime Minister seeking justice for her.

Speaking on the incident, DSP Sonipat Mukesh Jakhad said that the girl has mentioned two names, one is Karamveer and the other one is Sukhveer who are the employees of a public school in Sonipat. DSP also mentioned that the victim said she had complaint about this to the school principal and director but she hasn’t. 

The DSP also informed that there is a committee which has been set up in as sexual harassment case and further investigation is underway.

The Haryana police have registered a case of rape against two employees of a private school in Sonipat after the victim sent a mail against the school management to PM Modi saying that the school management did not act on her complaint and now seeking justice. 

According to reports, a police team may brief the media about what exactly happened in this case later in the day. The police also spoke to school management earlier in the morning. 

However, so far there is no official statement on any reaction on this incident from the school management.

This incident has come to light just days after a 5-year-old girl was raped inside the premises of a private school in North Delhi’s Shahdara in September 9.

The incident took place inside premises of Tagore Public School in Gandhi Nagar. The victim, a 5-year-old girl was allegedly raped by the peon of the school on September 10 around 11.45AM.

The accused later identified as Vikas, 40, was arrested by the police.

The incident was highlighted after the victim complained of uneasiness and bleeding in her private parts to her mother. When the mother took her for medical examination, it was found that the girl was sexually assaulted. Traumatised by the assault, the girl was later sent for counselling.

First Published | 24 September 2017 2:16 PM
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