Uttar Pradesh: A 14-year-old girl was allegedly abducted and gang-raped by two constables inside a police station here in Uttar Pradesh, prompting the authorities to suspend the accused who are absconding.
The girl was allegedly abducted from her house on December 31 by constables Veer Pal Singh Yadav and Avnish Yadav, police said on Friday.
She was taken to Musajhag Police Station and allegedly raped there, Superintendent of Police (City) Lallan Singh said.
An FIR was registered after the victim's mother lodged a complaint against the two policemen, who are absconding.
The two cops have been suspended and police were trying to trace their trace them.
Congress leader Ranjita Yadav urged Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav to order the arrest of two police constables.
“It’s shameful that a policeman, who is supposed to protect us, rapes a girl. We appeal to the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister to arrest the culprits, book them under appropriate sections of law and punish them,” she said.
The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister has reportedly asked for serious disciplinary action to be taken against the two constables.
According to reports, the girl’s family has alleged that two constables dragged her to a car and raped her.
This incident comes just a year after two minor girls were mysteriously found hanging from a tree in Badaun.