The Rajasthan Police declared that there was no incident of rape with the specially abled minor girl who was found bleeding on a flyover in Alwar in January. In a statement, police said that the victim had suffered injuries due to a road accident.
“We found during the investigation that a bus had wrongly applied its brakes on the flyover, after which a motorcycle rider, trying to overtake the bus from the left side, hit the girl,” said Amit Singh, Circle Officer, Alwar Rural.
INJURIES DUE TO ACCIDENT
The statement further disclosed, “On the basis of all technical research, Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL) medical reports, oral, and other collected evidence, the rape of the victim is not confirmed. The victim has been found to have suffered injuries due to a collision with a motorcycle rider after a bus suddenly applied its brakes and the motorcycle which was coming from the left side of the bus hit the girl.”
DETECTED SEMEN ON CLOTHES
Singh added, “In the FSL report, semen was detected on the clothes worn by the victim at the time of the incident, which has been found to be from the family side of the victim.” No further elaboration was provided.
Complaints have been registered against the bus driver, Bhupendra Singh (42), and the motorcycle rider, Yunus Khan (28), for rash driving, causing hurt and endangering life or personal safety and causing grievous hurt to an individual.
The two accused were arrested but have been granted bail.