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Rajasthan: Drivers on a moving bus from Kanpur Gang-R@ped a girl

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Rajasthan news, Continue reading this post to learn more about this news. Two drivers are accused of assaulting a female who was traveling from Kanpur to Jaipur on the evenings of December 9 and 10, according to police reports. On the evenings of December 9 and 10, at around 7:30 p.m., a young girl traveling from Kanpur to her uncle’s residence in Jaipur encountered an upsetting circumstance.

She got on a bus and was put in the cabin since she couldn’t find a seat. The drivers then allegedly s&xu@lly assaulted her in succession when she was by herself in the cabin following other passengers’ disembarkation, Bassi Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Phoolchand Meena disclosed to reporters. Mr. Meena went on to say that other passengers on the bus opened the cabin door, challenged the drivers, and physically attacked them after seeing the child in a distraught position. Follow satiknews for latest updates…

Drivers on a moving bus from Kanpur gang-r@ped a girl

As previously indicated, there has been a little increase of 0.60 percent in the cumulative cases filed under the Indian Penal Code (IPC) in the state, from 1,48,231 in 2022 and 1,26,233 in 2021 to 1,49,116 in 2023.

Atrocities against women have decreased by 0.78 percent from 2022 to 2023, with 46,964 cases reported until July 2023 compared to 47,335 cases in 2022, according to the DGP. Similarly, there was a 1.49 percent decrease in r@pe cases and a 3 percent increase in charge sheet filings for crimes involving women’s atrocities.

The DGP highlighted the legal results in Rajasthan, pointing out that the state had conviction rates in r@pe cases (NCRB 2021) of 48%, higher than the national average of 30.19%, and in POCSO instances of 42.1 percent, higher than the national average of 32.2 percent.

According to Mishra, between 2019 and 2023, the POCSO Act resulted in the imposition of the death penalty in 13 cases, life in prison in 255 cases, 20 years in prison in 386 cases, and various other forms of sanctions in 936 cases. In all, he said, 1,590 cases saw justice carried out over this time.

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