ROHTAK: In a shocking incident, a minor girl was allegedly sexually exploited for three months at Sanghi village, the native place of chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda.
The district administration has ordered a probe and registration of a case against the accused, reported to be a constable in Delhi Police. The girl was produced before the child welfare committee on Friday, where she alleged that she received threats from her parents and kin after they came to know about the incident.
The victim alleged that she was raped by a youth, Ravinder, of Mirjapur Khedi village for three months and that she was kept in confinement.
She said Ravinder sexually exploited her on pretext of marriage. The deputy commissioner, who is district child welfare committee chairman, asked the Rohtak superintendent of police to conduct a probe and register a case against the accused.
A case regarding the disappearance of the victim was registered in Sadar police station on January 27.
However, the girl came to the police station the next day and claimed that she was facing threats from her parents and relatives when she home. The police sent her to a protection house in the city.
Speaking to Hindustan Times, Rohtak SP Vivek Sharma said a case had been registered against the accused, who is yet to be arrested. He denied that the accused was a policeman in Delhi.
The investigation was on, but in her complaint to the police the girl had not mentioned that the accused was a constable in the Delhi Police, he added.