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Raped and killed, 7-year-old denied ambulance by Rajasthan Government after post-mortem

Agnima Sharma

Agnima SharmaSep 22, 2021, 10:11 PM IST

Raped and killed, 7-year-old denied ambulance by Rajasthan Government after post-mortem

Father takes her body in an open vehicle.


Raped and killed brutally in Nagaur, a 7-year-old minor was denied an ambulance by the State Government after her post-mortem due to which the hapless father had to take her body in an open lorry to get her last rites done at their place.

As per information, the crime was reported in the Ladukalan station area where a seven-year-old girl was raped.

The family members lodged complaints and police in their investigation found out that the girl was raped and killed brutally by her cousin maternal uncle.

Her body was found from a nearby field. The accused spilt the beans when investigated.

However, all hell broke loose when the State Government failed to provide a decent vehicle to send the body to the victim to her place from hospital after post-mortem.

The hapless father was seen loading her body in an open vehicle and taking her home. Wrapped in a white sheet, the father can be seen holding her body in his lap. However later two men bring a plastic sheet where her body was kept in the lorry.

The picture is going viral on social media and is drawing criticism from State Government.
 

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Anonymous
on Sep 23 2021 14:57:52

find out who the culprit is, must b from pissloving kaum as the rapist is cousin of the little girl and rapist is not criminal but the raped girl is criminal according to kuran. unless and until IZLAM is banned in bharat, we r going 2 these types of incidences happen often. the rapist must b nabalig as all muzlims r always nabalig same like 56PEDOmo, 6ayesha was the culprit. unfortunately this pisslover rapist couldn't break record of 56PEDOmo. 2029 will see muzlim primeminister as bhajap is working towards gazvaEhind and hell will break on bharat.

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Anup Mahto
on Sep 23 2021 08:17:23

It's very sad and unfortunate. If this kind of services, Government is providing to its people; then I don't think there is any need of government. Isn't "For the People" an important part of famous definition of Democracy given by 16th American President, Abraham Lincoln. Time has come when should have Special Government departments which can take care of such hapless cases in humanistic manner.

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