In a horrific incident reported in the national capital, a two-year-old homeless girl was forcibly pulled out of a path in Kotrali in North Delhi and sexually abused by a 24-year-old man in a railway washing yard in the early hours of Saturday. Then he left her near the railway lines of Old Delhi. The girl was hospitalized at the LNJP hospital because her condition was very critical. Doctors performed emergency surgery to save her life because she was bleeding profusely.
The defendant, identified as Anil, a drug addict, was arrested on Sunday morning after ten Delhi policemen raided various locations in the neighborhood. Anil is a common criminal, and in the past he was arrested in case of theft in Haridwar.
According to a senior police official, a two-year-old child was allegedly abducted by the accused while she was sleeping with her mother on a footpath in the Kotvali area in northern Delhi during the early hours of Saturday.
At about 2:30 am on Saturday, a woman discovered that her daughter was gone, and began to look for her. As the search did not bear fruit, the woman approached the police at about 10 am on Saturday, after which a kidnapping case was registered, he said.
The police found out that the girl was taken to Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan (LNJP) hospital in Delhi that afternoon and was identified as a kidnapper from Kotvali, the official said.
It was found out that she had been sexually abused, and the defendant threw her near the railroad tracks, from where she was rescued by a team of police personnel, he said, adding that the girl had undergone an operation and is now better.
Police identified the defendant by scanning video on CCTV. After that, the trap was laid in various temples and gurdvars, where street residents usually came for food, and then the defendant was taken.
Police said that 24-year-old Anil used to collect garbage for life, and also worked as a waiter during the wedding season.
Meanwhile, the Delhi Commission on Women's Affairs, the chairwoman of Swati Malival, tweeted about this and wrote: “I met her at the hospital and could not describe her condition. Her poor mother is inconsolable. Her screams rang in my head. Through my Anshan, the death law against the rapist was created, but so far in Delhi no rapist fears criminals. ”