GRP in Mumbai to rehabilitate gang rape survivor | Bombay News
Vasai and Mumbai Central Government Railway Police (GRP) came forward to counsel and rehabilitate a 17-year-old girl who was gang raped, allegedly by three tanker drivers, after being abandoned by her mother-in-law at Dadar station. in July.
The survivor is undergoing treatment at Sir JJ Hospital, where she is regularly counseled by experts from the Tata Social Science Institute (TISS) and Dongri Refuge, said Deputy Police Commissioner (DCP) Pradeep Chavan of GRP (Western Railway).
“We will rehabilitate the survivor and after she is released from the hospital we will admit her for some vocational courses so that she can become independent,” said Chavan, adding that the full cost of her rehabilitation will be covered. by GRP.
The survivor was found in a state of distress near the Dadar head end on August 7.
“She couldn’t speak to us due to the trauma, but a medical test confirmed that she had been brutally sexually assaulted,” Chavan said.
TISS psychiatrists then advised her, after she managed to remember the name of one of the accused, Ajay. She too had been sexually assaulted between mid-July and August.
The suspect searched for 40 people named Ajay and ultimately focused on the accused truck driver of Naigaon, who confessed to the crime, Chavan said.
“The accused, Ajay Jaiswal, was located in Naigaon. Thanks to him, we tracked down two tanker drivers, Akram Chaudhary and Munna Yadav, and arrested them under Articles 363 (kidnapping) and 376 (d) (gang rape) of the IPC (Indian Penal Code) and Pocso (Protection of children against sexual violence). Infractions), 2012. The railway court placed them in police custody. To make it a watertight case, we will advocate for a special prosecutor who will bring justice to the teenager, Chavan said.
The girl’s father had passed away last year, while her mother passed away when she was younger. Her father had remarried, but her mother-in-law was harassing her. After the death of her father, she was abandoned.