3-year-old Sexual Assault: Parents Protest Outside School

Published: 04th August 2015 02:07 PM  |   Last Updated: 04th August 2015 02:40 PM   |  A+A-

BENGALURU: Parents of a  three-year-old girl, who was allegedly molested at a private school at Indiranagar in the city , protested in front the school on Tuesday demanding the police to immediately arrest the accused.

According to them, the girl was molested by a staff member on Monday and police are yet to take any action.  Meanwhile, the City Police have obtained the CCTV footage from the school management and are going through it. Though police also suspect that the girl was molested by a staffer, the accused is yet to be identified.

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The incident came to light on Monday after the girl complained to her parents about pain in her private parts. The child was taken to a nearby private hospital, where doctors confirmed that the child had been molested. The parents then approached the police station and registered a case. When parents asked the child about the incident she has said that ‘school uncle has done it.The police believe that the accused lured the girl under the pretext of offering her chocolates.

Based on the complaint, the girl was taken to Bowring hospitals for further tests. "The patient is in the hospital and investigations are underway," said a hospital official.”

The police are looking into CCTV footage to identify the accused. However, the school authorities claim that the girl was in class between 12 noon and 3 pm, which is when the incident  is said  to have  taken place.  They have stated that CCTV has  even picked up footage of the girl's parent  picking her up from the school. The girl's parents hail from Manipur, and had been staying near  Commercial Street. 


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