CHANDIGARH: A 12-year-old young lady on her approach to class to observe Independence Day was captured and assaulted in Chandigarh on Tuesday, revealed NDTV. The class eight understudy had taken an alternate route to class through the youngsters’ movement stop in Chandigarh’s Sector 23 when a man halted her, pulled her aside and assaulted her. Introductory data had shown that the young lady was coming back from school.
“She was en route to class and entered the recreation center from the back entryway,” said Chandigarh’s senior cop Eish Singhal. In light of the announcement of the kid, the police said just a single individual equipped with a blade, was included.
The police are checking CCTV film in the area for pieces of information.
The horrifying wrongdoing comes days after ladies in the city specifically regulated by the Union Home Ministry held a flame light walk to declare their entitlement to get to open spaces without worrying about their wellbeing. The parade had gone through extends considered hazardous for ladies after dull.
The young lady was assaulted at around 8:15am. There wasn’t much movement out and about on Tuesday because of Independence Day festivities and there were less individuals in the recreation center.
The police said she was taken to the neighborhood doctor’s facility for a therapeutic examination, which affirmed rape. She was later delivered before an officer to record her announcement to strengthen the case.
An instance of seizing, wrongful restriction and assault has been enlisted.
The young lady revealed to her family about the wrongdoing when she achieved home, who at that point called the police.
Considered for long as one of north India’s more secure urban communities for ladies and youngsters, wrongdoings against kids have gone up as of late in Chandigarh.
As indicated by the National Crime Records Bureau insights, Chandigarh’s wrongdoing rate against kids – violations for each 1 lakh kids – was three times the national normal. The seizing rate for kids in the union domain is four times the national normal of 9.4 kid snatchings for each 1 lakh youngsters.