Sisters aged one and four abducted and raped in Indore, admitted to govt hospital; doctor says they are out of danger
The two girls were abducted Friday night when they were asleep with their parents inside a make-shift hut at a construction site in Indore's MG Road area, and found near the hut in a brutalised condition.
Indore: Two minor sisters, aged one and four years, respectively, were allegedly abducted and raped in Indore city of Madhya Pradesh, police said Saturday. A suspect has been detained in the case.
The two girls were abducted Friday night when they were asleep with their parents inside a make-shift hut at a construction site in MG Road area, police said.
The girls' father works as a watchman at the construction site, said Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG) Harinarayanchari Mishra. The parents realised in the morning that the girls were missing and started a search, he said.
Both were found near the hut in a brutalised condition, Mishra said, adding that a police team reached the spot after getting information about the incident and took the girls to a government hospital.
"We have detained a suspect who is being questioned. We are also examining CCTV footage in the area," the DIG said.
Both the girls have been kept in the Intensive Care Unit of the hospital, a doctor said.
They were out of danger, he added.
The family, in their FIR said that four men from their neighbourhood were harassing young girls of the family, which was bitterly resisted by their mother Savita Devi (55)
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