Review & follow up; Bhandara rape case: A week on, no arrests made yet; protests to continue, media reports: The Human Rescue Team

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Bhandara rape case: A week on, no arrests made yet; protests to continue

Maharashtra, Updated Feb 21, 2013 at 09:05am IST

Bhandara: Months after the horrific Delhi gangrape case, few lessons have been learnt. A week after the gruesome rape and murders of three sisters in Bhandara district in Maharashtra, no arrests have been made yet.

Three suspects are being questioned, but tension continued in the village as locals protested against police apathy of initially terming the case as an accident. State Home Minister RR Patil is likely to visit the mother of the deceased girls on Thursday.

Three sisters, all minors were allegedly raped and murdered in Maharashtra’s Bhandara district and their bodies were dumped in a well after they went missing from their school on February 14. Their inconsolable mother has accused the police of a lethargic probe.

Preliminary post-mortem report has confirmed that the girls were raped before being murdered. Enraged villagers demanding a swift probe blocked the National Highway 6 for over 4 hours on Wednesday, while a bandh was called in the district. Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan has announced a compensation of Rs 10 Lakh and senior police officials have been rushed in to oversee the investigation.

The locals are angry that the police initially termed the case as an accident. A police inspector has been suspended and three suspects are being grilled while police is awaiting the detailed chemical analysis report to ascertain the exact cause of death. Angry locals though are adamant to carry on with the protests till the culprits are arrested.

CNN-IBN asks:

– Why did the police delay registering the FIR of the girls going missing on February 14?

– Why was an attempt made to term it an accident even after discovering the girls’ bodies on February 16?

– Could swift police action have prevented this shocking rape and murder of the three minors?


Maharashtra: 3 sisters, all minors, raped and murdered in Bhandara

Maharashtra, Updated Feb 20, 2013 at 11:02am IST

Mumbai: In a shocking case of brutality, bodies of three sisters, all minors, were found in a well in a village in Bhandara district. The post-mortem report has confirmed rape and murder. The girls were aged six, nine and eleven had gone missing on February 14 from their school.

Two days later, their bodies were found in a well half a kilometer away from their village. The police have launched a manhunt to nab the culprits, while enraged locals are demanding a swift probe. IG Rajendra Singh said, “In the last three days, the police have investigated hundreds of people. We will find the culprits soon.”

Union Minister Praful Patel said, “The culprits should be nabbed at the earliest and hanged for this. The survivors should be given speedy justice.” Patel represents the Bhandara-Gondia parliamentary constituency.

Meanwhile, irate villagers on Tuesday staged protest against the ghastly incident and blocked traffic for some time.

With Additional Inputs from PTI

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