Rajasthan: 18-year-old gang-raped by school director, teacher; forced to undergo abortion

News agency ANI reported that the girl was referred to Jaipur after excessive bleeding during the abortion.

Published: 18th September 2017 06:34 PM  |   Last Updated: 19th September 2017 07:17 PM   |  A+A-

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By Online Desk

An eighteen-year-old girl has allegedly been gang-raped by a teacher and the Director of her school in Sikar's Ajeetgarh in Rajasthan. The victim was later forced by the accused to undergo an abortion.

News agency ANI reported that the girl was referred to Jaipur after excessive bleeding during the abortion. That was when the crime came to light. 

The culprits are identified as school director Jagdish Yadav and teacher Jagat Singh Gurjar.

Media reports say that the victim's parents in their complaint had alleged that the two men had been sexually assaulting the girl for some days after calling her to school on the pretext of extra classes.

A case has been registered against the two accused as well as Dr Rajnish Sharma and his wife Kanan for carrying out the illegal abortion and destroying evidence, police said.

Both the accused are presently on the run.



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