Pregnant goat dies after being gang raped by eight men in Haryana’s Mewat


July 28, 2018

Mewat: In a most shocking case of sexual assault emerging from the state of Haryana, a pregnant goat died after being allegedly gang raped by eight men. Reports suggest that the accused may have been alcoholics and drug addicts, however, the same has not been confirmed as of yet.

The incident came to light on Thursday after the goat’s owner one Aslu, approached the Nagina police station with a complaint. According to station in-charge Rajbir who recorded the owner’s statement, eight men stole his pregnant goat and raped it in a desolate house in Mewat town that falls in the Nuh district of Haryana. A day after the sexual assault, the goat died presumably because of excessive bleeding in its private parts and shock.

Emergency Response Coordinator at People for Ethical Treatment of Animals’ (PETA) Indian chapter, Meet Ashar told media personnel that an FIR has been registered against the perpetrators under sections 34, 277 and 429 of the Indian Penal Code along with sections 11(1)(a) and (I) of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960.

While a post-mortem of the goat is yet to be done, a report by Deccan Chronicle claims that three of the eight accused have been identified but no arrests have been made in connection with the case yet. Ashar told media that cases of sexual violence against animals have increased drastically in recent months since sexual predators view the helpless creatures as easy prey.

In 2017, a 34-year-old man was accused of raping a female puppy which led to her death in Delhi’s Narayana area. Medical examination of the four-legged creature had confirmed death due to excessive bleeding from private parts. Later, the man’s wife had also come out in public and accused her husband of being a pervert who tortured her for several years.

Source : Times Now



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