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One minor girl gang rape incident of Tiangia, Kandhamal

    Payal Digal, Aged 13 yrs, Daughter of Madan Digal


    Religion: Christian, Caste: SC,


    Educational status: 7th Std,


    Name of the village : Tiangia


    Payal is the third child of her parents. She has two elder brothers and a younger sister. Her parents are wage laborers and reside in a rented house in Kalingavihar, Bhubaneswar. She was doing her schooling in kandhamal district. She belongs to minority dalit Christian category. During the Pooja holidays she was staying in her grandmother’s house in Tiangia.  On 24th October, 2012 along with her aunt she went to see a drama organized in a temple at Raikia. After attending the temple festival celebration, she was returning along with her aunt to her uncle’s house at Raikia. While she was waiting for her aunt, 6 men approached her and took her to a nearby bush and raped her (three of them were adults and the other three were minor boys). They did not file the complaint immediately because of fear and stigma as well as the security reasons. The accused seemed to be released after detaining sometimes. The accused are from upper caste Hindus.


    Mental Health of the girl: She was under a trauma after the incident, she looked stunt and emotionless. Her mental health has been affected badly after undergoing this traumatic experience. She could not even express her feelings. She was sent for counseling therapy and it helped her to express herself to some extent. Odisha Forum for Social Action, a voluntary organization facilitated Psycho-therapy by a professional psycho-therapist. She clarified all her doubts and concerns with regard to her physical health and about her future. It helped her to come out from her anxieties and fears to greater extent. After the psycho therapy she could identify her talents and coping capacity. She seemed to be pleasant, motivated, determined to face the future and her self confidence also has been increased. The therapist said that the child obtains high level of coping and decision making capacity, which will enable her to reintegrate herself completely to the mainstream. She needs constant handholding and counseling too.


    Status of the Case:  The child was brought to women police station at Bhubaneswar. Since the Circle Inspector had gone for a meeting, the family could not lodge the complaint. From there the child was taken to child right commission and produced her before the chair-person. She was very cold and passive in her approach and asked us to file the complaint at the police station, then to produce the child before the commission. She did not attend the child with empathy. Later the child was brought to the police station; she was made to sit in the police station for 6 hours for registering the case. When the Inspector in Charge came at 8.30 pm she forwarded the complaint to Raikia police station, without registering the FIR. The following day we produced the child before Mr. P.L. Puniya, the chair person of the SC commission and Ms. Latha Priya Kumar, Honorable member of SC Commission. The commission forwarded the case to the police station and then they registered the case at Bhubaneswar women police station. Immediately the police took initiatives to take the child for medical examination. The IIC wrote a letter to Deputy Commissioner of Police and to Khurdha collectorate for compensation and education, but till today there is no action has been taken with regard to compensation and education for the child.


    After the intervention of the commission, the Raikia police arrested 4 accused persons (1 adult and 3 minor) and the other two accused are still absconding. The child was brought from Bhubaneswar by police escort to Raikia for spot investigation, and the child identified the place. Second time she was brought to G. Udayagiri for TI (Test in Identification) parade. Among 4 people she identified 3 of them. Along with Odisha Forum for Social Action, Bhubaneswar the child went to khudha collectorate for compensation and rehabilitation. The status is not known on the compensation issue. The victim survivor is yet to be assisted in anyway. Nothing has come forward.


    At present the child is enrolled in a convent school at Bhubaneswar and staying in private run hostel. The family is very poor and finds it very difficult to pay the school and hostel fees of the child.


     

  • Posted by: OROSA
  • Fact finding date: Not recorded
  • Date of Case Upload: 27-06-2015


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Simanbadi rape and murder Incident

    Kabita Digal, aged 13 years, daughter of Bipin and Antajini Digal of  Dadadamaha  village under Daringibadi police station of Kandhamal district was gang raped  and murdered on 26.10.2012 by arrested Ankur Pradhan, a minor of Dadadamaha village and Udhab Pradhani and Bharata Pradhani of Suluma village of Daringibadi police station.


    The incident occurred during Durgapuja festive week on 26.10.2012  on the way to Simonbadi at about 11.00 PM while  Kabita  was going to witness  an entertainment programme ogranised for Durga puja festival. He was accompanied by her 10 year old cousin Hebal Digal.  Simonbadi is about 1 and half Kms away from Dadadamaha. On the following morning, the passer by saw the dead body of Kabita was lying on the road side between Simonbadi and Dadadamaha. The family members and the villagers rushed to the spot and identified Kabita’s body. The medical report confirms that  Kabita was gang raped and murdered. Her body was lying naked with lots of injuries on private parts, throat and chest. A case is registered against the accused bearing no 77/12 under the section IPC-376/302 at Daringibadi police station.


    Presently, the family lives under trauma and fear. Supported  by  NGO workers,  the parents of the deceased received Rs.10,000 towards the funeral from the  Redcross Fund.

  • Posted by: OROSA
  • Fact finding date: 19-12-2012
  • Date of Case Upload: 27-06-2015


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Sarangada Rape Incident

    Priyanka Nayak, aged 5 years, daughter of Fakir Nayak of Colony Sahi of Gundurigaon village under Sarangada police station of Kandhamal district was raped by another minor boy Balia Nayak aged 16 years of same village on 13.11.2012.


    The incidence occurred at about 11.00 am while Priyanka was playing with other kids of same village on the street. Balia Nayak called her to his house by alluring her to give chocolates and started to rape her. When the child begun to cry, the mother of the child rushed to the spot and rescued her. The parent rushed to the police station and lodged FIR on the same day. The child was taken to district medical for test and treatment. The medical report confirms that there was a minor injury in the private part of the child. A case is registered and accused is summoned to the police station and later he was brought to the District Juvenile committee, which granted him bail.


    Presently, the family lives under trauma and fear, the parents are having psychological burden of social stigma due to rape and the victim child is not allowed to play with other kids. The victim and its family are treated differently by the villagers.


    Supported by NGO workers, the matter was informed to the Sub collector for providing financial compensation and educational   support to the victim by admitting her in the government hostel to begin her studies. The sub collector supported only Rs.5000 towards victim’s treatment and told that the government has no provision of hostel facility for her study as the victim belongs to Christian minority community.

  • Posted by: OROSA
  • Fact finding date: 19-12-2012
  • Date of Case Upload: 26-06-2015


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CHEATING IN THE NAME OF LOVE - G RAJESWARI

    Brief Details of the Incident:


    Gattala Rajeswari (15) is the younger daughter of Uppalaiah (40) is a native of Damannapet Village, Vardhanpet Mandal of Warangal District migrated to Hyderabad 20 years ago alongwith his wife Swaroopa (35) and two daughters Radhika and Rajeswari. They are now residing in their own house at Kuna Mahalaxmi nagar Jagadgirigutta, Qutubullapur Mandal. Uppalaiah is a Class IV worker in Municipality and Swaroopa is a daily wage labourer. Six months ago they performed the marriage of their elder daughter Radhika. Rajeswari their younger daughter is studying 9th class in the Government High School at Jagadgirigutta.


    Rajeswari and her family members went to their native place Damannapet village on the eve of Dasara festival. Mr. Tirupathi (22) S/o Somanarsaiah & Somamma of Damannapet is the neighbor of Uppalaiah. He is a laborer and works as a mason and stays at Borabanda in Hyderabad. Tirupathi came into touch with Rajeswari and used to talk her quite often. Tirupathi lured her in the name of love by making false promises and proposed to marry her. After the Dasara holidays, Tirupathi accompanied Rajeswari in the train on her return journey to Hyderabad. Initially Rajeswari denied his proposal, but due to his continuous persistence she obliged. Tirupathi and Rajeswari have been in touch continuously and often go outside in the absence of Rajeswari’s parents. Tirupathi used to come to her house and they have maintained sexual relationship.


    On 26/1/2015 Rajeswari and Tirupathi were in their house in the absence of her parents. This was noticed by their neighbor Laxman and he in turn informed to Rajeswari’s mother Swaroopa. Swaroopa questioned Rajeswari about the matter and she revealed the entire affair and said that he promised her to marry. On 28/1/2015 Rajeswari’s parents asked Tirupathi to marry their daughter and he said that he will marry her after convincing his parents and left away. Since then he stopped answering the phone calls from Rajeswari and stopped meeting her.


    Dismayed Uppalaiah and Swaroopa approached DSS on 29th January. DSS conducted fact finding and traced Tirupathi on 30/1/2015 and handed over in Jeedimetla PS. Based on the complaint from Rajeswari a case has been registered on 31/1/2015 bearing Cr No: 94/2015 U/sec 417, 420, 376(2) (i) of IPC, Sec 4 of POCSO Act 2012 and Sec 3(1) (xi) of SC/ST (POA) Act, 1989. Tirupathi has been sent to remand on 3/2/2015. 


    Interventions of DSS:



    •        Conducted Fact Finding

    •        Counseled both

    •        Got the case registered

    •        Ensured the arrest of the accused                                                         


    List of Documents:



    •        Fact finding report

    •        FIR 


    Present    Status: 



    •        Accused arrested and remanded for judicial custody

    •        Compensation yet to be paid                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        


     

  • Posted by: Dalit Sthree Sakthi (DSS)
  • Fact finding date: 29-01-2015
  • Date of Case Upload: 26-06-2015

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Sexual Exploitation & Attempt to Murder - Chandrakala

  • Posted by: Dalit Sthree Sakthi (DSS)
  • Fact finding date: 19-05-2015
  • Date of Case Upload: 24-06-2015

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