Girl gang-raped, sold for Rs 50,000 in Bihar

Patna, October 01 (KMS): A minor girl was gang-raped by many people, including police personnel, before she was sold for Rs 50,000 in the Indian state of Bihar.

The police reported that the girl had been violated by many people, including cops, before she was sold for Rs 50,000 to a female pimp in Madhubani district of the state.

The plight of the girl came to light when a police team from Mau district of the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh saved the girl from the clutches of the woman pimp named Soni Devi.

Three persons including a woman were arrested in the gang-rape and human trafficking case. Those arrested have been identified as Soni Devi, Arjun Yadav, a night guard of Ashok Market located in Jainagar town, and an electrician Sajan Kumar.

One Acharya — a police driver — and a Chowkidar named Ramjiwan Paswan of Jainagar police station are absconding.

The girl had strayed from her home town Mau a month ago and reached Jainagar town of Madhubani district. While roaming in Ashok market, she sought the help of Arjun Yadav who took her to a secluded place. He also called his other three friends over and they took turns to rape her and held captive in a room. They violated her repeatedly and also invited others for it.

As the girl was missing from the house, a missing complaint was registered in a police station in Mau. On the basis of information, a team of Mau police reached the Jainagar town and raided the house of Soni Devi where the survivor was found. The police team immediately rescued her and arrested the woman.

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