UP Dalit Sisters Case Details: Six Arrested For Rape And Murder

 UP Dalit Sisters Case
UP Dalit Sisters Case

Sexual crimes against women are on the rise in India. Crimes against minor girls are on the rise. After the bodies of two Dalit sisters were recovered in Uttar Pradesh, their post-mortem results are now in the open. The results brought huge shock.

The bodies of two Dalit minor sisters, aged 17 and 15, were found hanging in their dupatta on a tree in a sugarcane plantation in Tamoli Purwa village near Lakhimpur Kheri in Uttar Pradesh state. This incident caused a huge stir.

The girl's mother has alleged that some people forcibly abducted the two. The village people were protesting to arrest the culprits immediately and give them due punishment. They tried to pacify the villagers while there was heavy police security there.

Police said that six people involved in the double murder had been arrested. Suhail, Junaid, Hafizul Rahman, Karimuddin and Arif have been arrested for this incident. The police also arrested a man named Chotu, who introduced the girls to them.

The bodies of the two girls were recovered and sent to a nearby hospital for post-mortem. The post-mortem revealed that the girls were raped and strangled. District Superintendent of Police Sanjeev Suman told reporters that the girls were taken to a sugarcane plantation yesterday and raped by Suhail and Junaid.

However, contrary to the mother's opinion, they stated that the girls willingly went with the accused, Suhail and Junaid. The police also mentioned that the two were friends. The police said, "The girls were raped in the sugarcane plantation. After that, the girls asked them to marry them."

And this content turned out to be an argument, so Suhail and Junaid strangled them to death. After that, they planned to make it look like a suicide and called Karimuddin and Arif for help. Together with them, they have made it look like suicide," he said. The state's political leaders have insisted that the culprits should be arrested soon.