The Class 10 girl is a resident of a village in Lakhisarai district.
A 14-year-old from Bihar faces a long road to recovery after an hours-long ordeal that allegedly saw her get gang-raped by six minors, one of them her junior at school, beaten up, flung from a train, and left unattended for almost 14 hours at a premier government hospital. The victim, who suffered huge bleeding and five pelvic bone fractures in the brutal incident, was found in an unconscious state at Kiul railway station on Saturday.
The girl’s family has claimed that she did not receive immediate medical treatment that her situation demanded. They took her to a medical centre from where she was moved to Patna Medical College and Hospital.
She had gone to defecate out in the open in the early hours of Friday which is when she was abducted by the six people. “Someone gagged me from behind and dragged me to the nearby field”. The girl was found unconscious and later admitted to the local sadar hospital.
The survivor told the cops that two of the men were neighbours, and named them.
Condemning the Bihar’s incident where a girl was gangraped and thrown out of a moving train, Union Minister of State for Rural Development Ram Kripal Yadav on Monday said that Bihar’s condition was deteriorating with criminals moving around without any fear of the administration and law.
“The victim is still critical but we are hopeful that her condition will improve”. After searching for her frantically, they found her 12 hours later at the Kiul Railway station platform, where people had brought her from the tracks.
The girl gave a statement from her hospital bed identifying two of the accused.
Meanwhile, the police have said that one of the accused has been identified and arrested.