In a shocking incident that has sparked widespread anger, a massive protest has erupted outside a police station in Rajasthan’s Dausa district. The outrage stems from the alleged rape of a four-year-old girl by a sub-inspector, who is now facing severe consequences at the hands of enraged villagers.
The accused sub-inspector, Bhupendra Singh, who was on election duty, is alleged to have lured the young girl into his room, where the heinous crime took place. The incident has led to public outcry, and the accused officer has been promptly arrested, with an ongoing investigation into the matter, as confirmed by Assistant Superintendent of Police Bajrang Singh.
A case has been officially registered at the Rahuwas police station against Sub-Inspector Bhupendra Singh, based on the formal complaint made by a neighboring family. The family has accused him of rape, and medical examinations of the minor victim are currently underway. Authorities have assured that necessary actions will be taken to ensure justice is served.
As the news of this distressing incident spread, villagers from the region gathered in significant numbers outside the Rahuwas police station, voicing their discontent through slogans against the police. The situation escalated as they took matters into their own hands, physically confronting Bhupendra Singh before eventually handing him over to the authorities.
Amid the escalating tensions, BJP MP Kirodi Lal Meena visited the scene, expressing his concern and determination to seek justice for the innocent child. He noted the palpable anger among the people regarding the alleged rape of a seven-year-old Dalit girl by a police officer in Lalsot and vowed to support efforts to ensure justice prevails. The incident has not only shocked the community but also ignited a call for accountability and justice to be swiftly delivered in the face of such a grievous crime.