Teen dies from multiple internal injuries a month after being juggled on her 19th birthday in India
- The girl had traveled to Mumbai on July 7 to celebrate her 19th birthday
- She was reportedly raped by four guests, but did not report this until July 25
- The girl died on Wednesday of internal injuries in a hospital in her hometown
- Protests were led by Supriya Sule MP today in Mumbai due to the lack of arrests
A teenager died of multiple internal injuries a month after she was allegedly caught by four guests on her 19th birthday in India.
Officials announced today that the girl had died on Wednesday in her hometown of Aurangabad after being attacked on July 7 in the suburbs of Mumbai.
She had come to Mumbai, about a seven-hour train journey, to celebrate her birthday, and after she cut her cake, four of her friends would have raped her, NDTV reported.
She returned home, but reported the incident more than two weeks later on July 25, when she went to the hospital and complained about pain in her genitals.
Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) MP Supriya Sule (holding a microphone) led a protest today through Mumbai
The case has been transferred to the Chunabhatti police station in Mumbai, but no arrests have been made so far.
& # 39; We are investigating, but from now on we have no clues about the identity of the accused & # 39 ;, a police officer told NDTV.
Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) MP Supriya Sule led a protest today through Mumbai.
The police in Mumbai took over the case, but said they had no clues so far (stock photo)
The party's main spokesperson told the Hindustan Times: “The victim died. It was a month ago (since the alleged gangrape), but the accused was not arrested.
& # 39; To condemn it, we are taking a protest march tomorrow from Lal Dongar in Chembur to the Chunabhatti police station. & # 39;
According to India & # 39; s National Crime Record & # 39; s Bureau, about 100 sexual attacks are reported to the police every day, despite attempts by the government and local police to curb the epidemic.
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