In a horrific incident, a 35-year-old woman died after two man inserted an iron rod in her private parts following a failed rape attempt in Naubatpur, Patna on Thursday night. The victim was fatally mutilated while trying to protect herself from being raped. As per reports, the two accused men hit her with a stick and brutally shoved an iron rod into her private parts. The woman succumbed to the injuries later in the night in a hospital.
Going by initial reports, the victim, who was in a critical condition, was taken to Patna Medical College and Hospital. Unfortunately, hours after she was admitted to the hospital, she succumbed to her injuries. While the initial investigation in this brutal incident is underway, the main accused has been arrested by the police while the search for the second accused is underway. It has also been revealed in the police investigation that the 35-year-old victim had known the main victim who is currently under police custody.
This incident comes in the wake of numerous such ghastly crimes against women in India. Earlier in the day, another rape victim, an 18-year-old decided to end her life after she was repeatedly raped by two men. The 18-year-old college girl, in her suicide note, said that after this gruesome incident, ‘she is not more fit to live her life’. The incident took place when the two accused abducted her while she was returning from the college. Victim’s parents allege her daughter’s classmates for this horrible incident. The two accused took her to a nearby village while she was on her way to home from college and gang-raped her causing her to lose consciousness. The victim, devastated from this horrible incident decided to end her life. The matter has now been taken by the village Panchayat.
On December 16, 2012, the country was shocked after a woman was gang-raped and brutally assaulted in the National Capital Delhi. The victim was gang-raped, brutally beaten in her private parts in a bus in Delhi. The victim was later admitted to a hospital but couldn’t survive. The incident outraged widespread protests against the state administration, police and the government questioning safety and security of women in the country.