July 3, 2022

Two girls, together with an Anganwadi employee, had been killed, whilst every other used to be injured in Bihar’s Gaya district on Saturday once they protested in opposition to a person from the village who allegedly molested the niece of one of the most deceased.

The deceased have known as Sushila Devi (45) and Kuman Devi (35), each citizens of Akauni village underneath Khiraj Sarai police station.

The police stated that that they had protested in opposition to an individual named Mukesh Paswan, who allegedly molested Sushila’s niece on Saturday.

“Sushila’s niece had long gone to the sector for some paintings when she used to be intercepted by way of Paswan. The accused molested her and likewise attempted to rape her. On the other hand, she controlled to flee from the spot and narrated her ordeal to her aunt. Sushila at the side of Kuman Devi then went to Paswan’s area,” stated Gaya Paswan, Sushila’s husband.

“However Paswan and his brothers attacked Sushila and Kuman with sharp-edged guns. Ahead of we got here to their rescue, they had been stabbed a couple of occasions. My brother additionally sustained accidents within the procedure,” Gaya Paswan stated.

“We took them to the principle well being centre in Khiraj Sarai the place the medical doctors referred them to the Magadh Scientific Faculty in Gaya. Each succumbed to their accidents on their technique to Gaya,” he stated.

“We’ve registered an FIR in line with the remark of the sufferer’s husband. An investigation is underway to nab the accused, who’re absconding. The location within the village is very traumatic. We’ve deployed good enough police power to convey the location underneath keep watch over,” stated investigating officer S.Okay. Mandal.

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Printed on: Saturday, March 12, 2022, 10:08 PM IST