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Saturday, February 24, 2024

Bangladesh: A Hindu girl is gang-raped in Khulna, just a few days before her marriage

Amid upcoming general elections in Bangladesh, rape and gang rape of Hindu women are happening. After the gang-rape of a Hindu woman in Pirojpur, a Hindu girl is gang-raped in Batighata of Khulna district. The girl’s marriage is scheduled to happen just a few days later.

According to a report from Jamuna TV, a Bangladeshi news channel, a gang of robbers entered the home on the night of 11 December, Monday. When members of the family tried to resist them, the robbers sprayed something on their faces. After that, they all fell unconscious. 

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The following day, they gained senses, and they saw that everything valuable had been looted from their houses. Even their daughter is gang-raped. With the help of the neighbours, the girl was taken to the Khulna Medical College and Hospital. She is undergoing treatment there. The doctors said that the girl was brutally raped, probably when she was in an unconscious condition. 

A family member said that the girl’s marriage was scheduled to happen in a few days. Jewellery and other valuable things were in the house. All are looted. 

As of now, a complaint has been filed. The Police have detained a person based on the doubts. 

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