A six-year-old Indian girl was abducted from her home, raped and murdered by an unknown assailant in Hisar, Haryana state this weekend. The little girl was tortured to death, police sources told MailOnline India, with serious injuries to her internal organs. The girl was abducted on Saturday and her body found on Sunday, with mass protests in the area in response to the horrific abuse she suffered.
Indifferent attitude of Punjab government has cost dear to Padamshri Kaur Singh, 65, who won three gold medals in various heavyweight boxing championships for the country including 1982 Asian games. The forgotten hero, who is currently admitted to a private hospital in Mohali, is running from pillar to post to get the cash award announced by then Akali Dal government in 1982. Interestingly, he wants his cash price to fund his medical treatment.
In a horrifying incident, a five-year-old girl was raped and tortured to death using a 24-cm wooden stick- which was found inserted in her private parts in Hisar's Uklana village on Saturday. Initial probe reveals that the victim was abducted from her house at night, brutally raped and left to die with a wooden stick inserted into her genitals. The post mortem confirms rape and torture , further telling that 16cm of the stick was found inside her- that damaged her uterus and intestines.
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