With the days passing, we’re only going worse in terms of moral values. These days one cannot pass a day or turn a news paper’s page without acknowledging a molestation or rape incident. After all, a surprising growth is observed in the number of assault cases recently. Despite the strong amendments and stud transformations, authorities are simply unable to tackle the issue persistently.
Though there are certain incidents in which women take the adverse advantage of the leniency of laws that are bluntly against men, there are no unconventional possibilities in the majority of situations. Starting from the assault case that shocked everyone which has happened in Kerala’s Kozhikode, a teen was beaten up in Mumbai’s streets. Now, after all, another horrific incident has taken place in Bihar’s Jahanabad.
This time, a woman is being raped by several men. The video went massively viral on social media and cops are asking for help. In the video, at least five men are seen in open agriculture field raping a woman while the woman can be seen begging for help. The location of the crime is unknown, but the men in video are speaking in Magahi dialect, which indicates it might have taken place on south side of Bihar.
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Adding that IGP (Magadh Zone) Nayyar Hasnain Khan is monitoring the probe, Bihar’s ADGP SK Singhal on Saturday said, “Police chiefs in four districts – Jehanabad, Gaya, Arwal and Aurangabad – have been asked to find out the location of this incident and the identity of the people seen in the viral video clip. An FIR has been lodged in Gaya. Efforts are on to trace and arrest the culprits.”
Photographs of the faces of the five men seen in the video clip have been sent to all police stations in these four districts. “The photos are also being shared with all village chowkidars. The video clip, which came to the notice of police on Friday, shows a girl supine on the ground on an open farmland and a man forcing himself on her. After raping her, the man is seen asking his friends if they too wanted to take turns,” said a police official.