Ujjain Horror: Rape Survivor, Soaked In Blood, Sought Help But Shooed Away

Madhya Pradesh: In a gut-wrenching incident, a 12-year-old girl, rape survivor, soaked in blood and partially clothed, was seen on CCTV Footage knocking door to door seeking help in Madhya Pradesh’s Ujjain.

Shocking details:

In the footage which has now gone viral on social media showed no one came to her aide as she walked around the area for an hour, while one of the residents shooed her away.

Police recovered her from…

near an Ashram on Monday evening and took her to a local hospital. She is currently undergoing treatment and is now out of danger.

Police confirmed rape:

Ujjain Superintendent of Police Sachin Sharma said that the medial examination of the victim confirmed rape.

“We have formed a Special Investigation Team (SIT) and are closely following this. We appeal to the people to inform the police if they get any information,” officer was quoted by The Indian Express.

Case Registered:

Meanwhile, police has also registered a case of rape against unidentified accused. The POCSO has also been invoked.

Police are trying to track her family, and have also begun technical investigation to ascertain the movement of the vehicles and identify any suspect in the area.

Police sought help from public:

“In this, a big team of SIT has been formed and we are tracking the case at all places. We appeal to people that if they get any information, please inform police about it… Where did this incident take place we are still investigating it and soon we will disclose it… For the age, there are no valid documents…” Ujjain SP added.

Political Reactions:

Madhya Pradesh is becoming the most unsafe state for daughters. For this government, the safety of daughters is only a matter of advertisements and speeches,” Ex-Madhya Pradesh CM Kamal Nath wrote on X.

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