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6 Man Gang Raped 2 Dalit Sisters in UP, Girls Found Hanging From Tree: Got Arrested.

Police said that after the young ladies insisted on being married, they were killed after being brought to a farm and raped there.

For the suspected gangrape and murder of two young Dalit girls in a village in Uttar Pradesh’s Lakhimpur Kheri district, six young men have been detained.

Their bodies were discovered hanging from a tree Wednesday night, causing significant unrest in the village and enragement in the state’s and the country’s political circles.

Chhotu, Junaid, Sohail, Hafizul, Karimuddin, and Arif have been named as the defendants, Lakhimpur Kheri Superintendent of Police Sanjiv Suman said reporters on Thursday.

Suman claimed that Junaid was shot in the leg during an incident during which he was apprehended

The murdered sisters, who were 15 and 17, were acquaintances with the accused, according to the district head. Sohail and Junaid allegedly took the girls to a farm on Wednesday before raping them there. Sohail, Hafizul, and Junaid killed them by strangling them after they insisted on getting married, Suman claimed. The females were hanged as a result of a call to Karimuddin and Arif, he continued.

All the youngsters, barring Chhotu, were from Lalpur hamlet in Lakhimpur Kheri, according to the police. The girls claimed that Chhotu, a neighbour of their family, had introduced them to the other boys. Sanjeev Suman informed the reporters that “He too has been arrested.”

Three doctors would conduct the postmortem on the girls, according to the police. Suman claimed that

Three doctors would conduct the postmortem on the girls, according to the police. Suman claimed that the matter involved women and the

less fortunate members of society. “We worked quickly and delicately. The POCSO Act and IPC Sections 302 and 376 have both been utilised to file charges against the accused, according to the SP.

The remains of the two little sisters were discovered hanging from a tree on Wednesday night in the Lalpur Majra Tamoli Purva hamlet in the Lakhimpur Kheri district.

Villagers and the relatives of the girls marched and blocked a road in protest of the dead, demanding justice.

Three hours before the girls were discovered hanging, the girls’ relatives informed the authorities that they had been kidnapped. According to the authorities, there were no outward signs of injury on their bodies.

K.P. Maurya, the state’s deputy chief minister and leader of the BJP, called the occurrence “sad and tragic.” All criminals would face the worst punishment, Maurya stressed.

He anticipated that the opposition, “whether Akhilesh Yadav, Priyanka Gandhi, or Mayawati,” will console the family rather than politicise the crime. But in Uttar Pradesh, he continued, “the rule of law has prevailed.”

Three hours before the girls were discovered hanging, the girls’ relatives informed the authorities that they had been kidnapped. According to the authorities, there were no outward signs of injury on their bodies.

K.P. Maurya, the state’s deputy chief minister and leader of the BJP, called the occurrence “sad and tragic.” All criminals would face the worst punishment, Maurya stressed.

He anticipated that the opposition, “whether Akhilesh Yadav, Priyanka Gandhi, or Mayawati,” will console the family rather than politicise the crime. But in Uttar Pradesh, he continued, “the rule of law has prevailed.”

Three hours before the girls were discovered hanging, the girls’ relatives informed the authorities that they had been kidnapped. According to the authorities, there were no outward signs of injury on their bodies.

K.P. Maurya, the state’s deputy chief minister and leader of the BJP, called the occurrence “sad and tragic.” All criminals would face the worst punishment, Maurya stressed.

He anticipated that the opposition, “whether Akhilesh Yadav, Priyanka Gandhi, or Mayawati,” will console the family rather than politicise the crime. But in Uttar Pradesh, he continued, “the rule of law has prevailed.”

The girls were strangled to death and then hanged with their own dupattas, according to the other deputy chief minister, Brajesh Pathak. The government will operate in such a way that future generations’ souls will tremble as well. Justice will be served, and the case will move on in a fast-track court.

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