4 August: “The mother at least asks for water when she is thirsty but the child refuses to speak at all. The only thing she had said after that night were that she can’t stop visualising the faces of people who did this to her,” her uncle said.
The 14-year-old victim of dirty deeds of predators who had a dream of becoming an officer in Indian Administrative Service but the hell that broke lose on the family has left her traumatised. Now She only says that she is unable to forget that horrible faces that has changed her life to hell.
A 35-year-old woman and 14-year-old daughter who were travelling from Noida to Shahjahanpur on the dark night to attend a teeharvi (13th day after death) of a relative were thrashed out of a car and allegedly gang raped by a group of men of which only three have been arrested till now.
The Bulandshahr gang rape victim’s uncle who too was roughed up, beaten and taken hostage at gunpoint expressed about the horrible incident, “My own son is studying to be an IAS officer. Couple of months ago, my niece came up to him and said she wanted to be an IAS officer as well. She told my son that once he becomes an officer he had to tuition her and help her in every way so that she can make her family proud,” the uncle told DNA on Tuesday.
The crime has reduced the family to such an extent that the father has announced that if they don’t get justice in three months, the whole family would commit suicide.
The victim’s father works as a cab driver, and her uncle who is a security guard in a private firm in Noida. Once taken hostage on gunpoint, the male members of the family were tied with ropes while two women’s modesty was outraged. “I shudder when I think of the night. They (accused) have not only brutalised my sister-in-law and niece but also my entire family. Can we live a normal life after this. In our home no one talks to each other. We can’t face each other because we our reminded of the brutality that the family witnessed,” the uncle said.
While explaining about the horror the entire family went through, Uncle said, “There were seven-eight men. They tied our hands and feet and kept beating us. When we begged for water they would hit us harder,” said the uncle adding, “Then I thought they had come to rob us and would let us go. But not even in my nightmare did I imagine this to happen”. He saw the attackers drag his niece and sister-in-law to another part of the field.
He also explained the kind of trauma, the two women are going through after the incident. “The mother at least asks for water when she is thirsty but the child refuses to speak at all. The only thing she had said after that night were that she can’t stop visualising the faces of people who did this to her,” he said.
He too repeated the statement of his brother and victim’s father that if they don’t get justice in three months, the whole family would commit suicide.
“We are broken and all we want is justice. Arresting those animals will hardly bring any respite to my family but letting them off will kill us,” he added.
‘We will commit suicide’ he said.
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