Delhi: a 4-Year-Old boy is accused of raping her classmate; used finger & Pencil to assault her: Well, as per the reports, a 4-year-old boy is accused of rape because of sexually assaulting his classmate. This news is very disappointing and reports are saying that police are also shocked by the information they have. As per the police reports, they registered a rape case where a 4-year-old boy was accused of raping her classmate with a pencil at a school in Delhi’s Dwarka. Sources are saying that the police are reportedly consulting legal experts on how to proceed against such a young accused.
Reports are coming that the parents of the girl have alleged in their complaints to the police that after returning from the school on Friday she, the daughter complained of pain in her private parts. Also, the reports are coming that then the child told the family that what happened to her on school. We are sure that
The parents of the girl have alleged in their complaint to the police that after returning from school on Friday last, she complained of pain in her private parts. The child then told her parents about the assault, the police say that they are trying to figure out how they are going to face this case. A local newspaper is calming that the girl said a boy in her class unbuttoned her pants and used a finger and a sharpened pencil to assault her. The boy allegedly kept hurting her because no one was around at the time.
Now, the parents are also saying that the principal, a teacher and a coordinator offered no help after learning of the incident. Also, the reports are saying that the police are trying to investigate the case right now and the police have filed a case of rape but are believed to be carefully debating the next step.
Dependra Pathak, the Delhi Police chief spokesperson, is quoted as telling the Hindustan Times newspaper: “The Indian Penal Code provides children below seven years of age certain protections against prosecutions. We are examining those provisions even as we are handling the matter with utmost sensitivity.”