5-yr-old girl raped by peon in Delhi school

The accused, identified as Vikas (40), has been arrested, said Nupur Prasad, deputy commissioner of police, Shahdara.     

Published: 10th September 2017 01:12 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th September 2017 01:12 AM   |  A+A-

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NEW DELHI: A five-year-old girl was allegedly raped by a peon inside the premises of a private school today in Gandhi Nagar area of Shahdara here, police said.     

The accused, identified as Vikas (40), has been arrested, said Nupur Prasad, deputy commissioner of police, Shahdara.     

The incident comes a day after a seven-year-old boy was gruesomely murdered for resisting sexual assault by a bus conductor in a Gurgaon school, which sent shock waves across the country.     

Vikas had been working in the school for the last three years. Previously he worked as a security guard in the same school, the police said.     

He took the girl inside an empty class room around 11.45 am when he was walking on the corridors after handing over lunch boxes to teachers, the police said.     

After raping the girl, he threatened her of dire consequences, they added.     

The matter came to light after the girl complained of bleeding and pain in her private parts to her mother. She was taken to a hospital where her medical examination confirmed sexual assault, the police said.     

Traumatised by the incident, the girl was sent for counselling.     

According to the police, during her conselling the child said she was assaulted by "a man wearing a cap" and also described his physical attributes.     

On the basis of the description, Vikas was nabbed, the police said. 


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