“We are ashamed, save our girls,” – slogan raised in Indian State Madhya Pradesh


Madhya Pradesh: 11 years old young girl is rapped on gunpoint in Madhya Pradesh India in front of her family inside her own house, according to state official Zee News Channel gave coverage to the protest against social discrimination in Indian society on September 9, 2017.

The female activists protested on road and demand for the justice. A lady named Mena Kamari said, “India is becoming notorious day by day in rape cases.

“It becomes common now-a-days, not only women but our immature girls are in danger. Do they have any shame? These people are stealing their childhood innocence.”

“The girl was at home with her mother and brother when three men stormed into their houses around 1 am on Wednesday,” Gwalior’s Bijoli Police station incharge Raghuvir Meena said, “While two accused threatened to shoot her mother and 14 years old brother, the third one raped the girl.

“The trio was arrested last night and further investigation are underway.”

The victim mother told, “I don’t know who were they. I didn’t see them before. They undress my daughter in front of me. They destroyed my daughter’s innocence.”

Her mother appealed for justice.

Police Incharge said, “We arrested the accusers Jhanwar Singh Kushwaha is 36 years old while Raju Kushwaha is 25 while Ramniwas Kushwaha is 24 years old.”

“All three accusers were booked under the section of IPC including 376 D(gang rape), 450(house-trespass inorder to commit offence) 506(criminal intimidation), 34(acts done by several persons in furtherance of common intention) and relevant sections of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act (POCSO).”








Reporter: Syeda Faiza Bukhari


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