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Nagpur minor rape case: Women activists question criminals' audacity

ANI  |  New Delhi/Mumbai [India] 

Questioning the audacity of the criminals while throwing light on the and order situation in Maharashtra, the women activists on Friday expressed grave concern over the rape of a minor girl in Nagpur's hostel and demanded stringent punishment against the accused.

Women rights activist demanded that the should be made accountable in whose name the room was allotted.

Questioning the and order situation, the activist said, "Criminals have audacity to go to hostels and gang-rape a girl, it questions entire and order situation of "

She demanded that DG Satish Mathur should look into this matter personally so that the rapists get severe punishment.

Meanwhile, another women rights activist Abha Singh also condemned the incident and demanded stringent punishment for the rape accused.

She, however, also questioned the wisdom of the girl's parents.

"It is surprising that when there are so many crimes against women are being reported then how could the victim's mother send her minor daughter with the man to Bhopal? Don't send your daughters with any male, except father or brother, anywhere," she told ANI.

According to an FIR filed in Nagpur, a minor girl was gang-raped by her employer's son and a youth in Nagpur's Hostel between April 14 and 17. The accused have been identified as Manoj Bhagat (44) and Rajat Madre (19). The two accused were arrested by the police under Sections of the POCSO Act (child rape) and kidnapping.

According to the police, Bhagat, the son of victim's employer, raped the girl in his car in the parking area of the hostel and later in a room. Madre raped her in the room, said the police.

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