Bihar Dalit woman stripped: A moneylender and his friends are accused of stripping, assaulting, and peeing on a Dalit lady in Bihar’s Patna district after she complained to the police about their “unjustified” demand for further funds despite having paid off the loan in full, an officer said on Monday.
A police officer stated that the main suspects, Pramod Singh and his son Anshu Singh, are evading capture and that a manhunt has been started to find them.
The injured patient, who is receiving treatment in a hospital, asserted that she was forced to endure this suffering despite having paid back the loaned money plus interest.
“A few months ago, my husband borrowed Rs 1,500 from Pramod Singh and paid the loan back with interest. He nevertheless persisted in looking for additional cash. The demand was turned down, the woman added. On Saturday night, the event took place in a village under the control of the Khusrupur police station in Patna.
Bihar Dalit woman stripped, thrashed, and urinated
The woman claims that Pramod Singh threatened her over the phone, telling her that if she didn’t pay him more money, they would parade her around the village naked. On her mobile phone, she reported this to the police.
“A police team visited the village on Saturday to inquire about the complaint, which apparently incensed Pramod and his associates,” a family member murdered the victim told reporters. Around 10 p.m. on Saturday, they went to her house and took her against her will to Pramod’s residence. She was allegedly stripped there and assaulted with fists and sticks.
Pramod requested that his son pee on my mouth. And he did. I was able to escape after that and get back home, the woman claimed in a statement to the police.
Senior Superintendent of Police (Patna) Rajeev Mishra said a manhunt has been started to apprehend the evading suspect while speaking to PTI on Monday.
“Scanning is being done, and five police teams have been constituted. Further investigation is ongoing, according to a case that has already been filed in this regard, Mishra added.