Jaipur, July 5: In a shocking incident in Rajasthan, a 14-year-old girl admitted to a hospital for stomach ache revealed that she was gang-raped by three youths. The victim is a resident of Roopangarh in Rajasthan's Ajmer district. The incident came to light after the minor girl who was admitted to a hospital for stomach ache was found to be pregnant. Following this, she narrated the incident.

After the victim's gang rape revelation, her father approached the Roopangarh police station on Wednesday, July 3, and registered an FIR against the accused. In his complaint, the victim's father said that his daughter complained of a stomach ache for the past few days, reports TOI. The father took his daughter to Roopangarh government hospital for her stomach ache. Rajasthan Shocker: Woman Kidnapped While Withdrawing Cash at ATM, Killed by Her Family for Marrying Paramour in Jhalawar (Watch Video).

However, doctors at the hospital found that the minor girl was two months pregnant. After coming back home, the victim told her parents about being gang-raped by three youths from the town. She also told parents that the accused threatened to kill her family if she told anyone about the incident. Acting on the father's complaint, the police registered a case and launched a manhunt for the accused.

In a separate incident that occurred last month, an 11-year-old girl was allegedly sexually assaulted inside an empty coach of a train halted at a railway station in Ajmer. Police officials said that a group of 12-13 people, including the girl, had come to Ajmer to visit Dargah. They were sleeping on the last corner of a platform at the railway station on Monday night, June 17, when the accused took the girl away. Rajasthan Shocker: MBBS Student of Dungarpur Medical College Undergoes Dialysis Four Times After Ragging; Seven Booked.

Officials further said that the accused took the girl to an empty train coach and sexually assaulted he. The incident came to light after the girl was found in an injured condition by GRP personnel after they launched a search operation for her as the girl's parents couldn't find her.

Women and Child Helpline Numbers:

Childline India – 1098; Women’s Helpline – 181; National Commission for Women Helpline – 112; National Commission for Women Helpline Against Violence – 7827170170; Police Women / Senior Citizen Helpline – 1091/ 1291; Missing Child and Women – 1094.

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