Medical report rules out ‘rape’ of girl found bleeding in Alwar | Jaipur News

Three days after the 15-year-old girl was found bleeding during a flyover in Alwar, police said on Friday the medical report and technical evidence did not suggest the possibility of a sexual assault.

JAIPUR: Three days after the 15-year-old girl was found bleeding during an overflight in Alwar, police said on Friday that the medical report and technical evidence did not suggest the possibility of a sexual assault .
The alleged incident became known on Tuesday night when the girl was found at the scene and later taken to JK Lon Hospital in Jaipur where she is currently undergoing treatment. Speaking about the facts so far in the case, SP Tejswani Gautam told a press conference in Alwar that a board of doctors in his medical report said that “the injuries do not suggest any type of ‘aggression with penetration’.
She said: “The doctors, in their opinion, said three things, first the vagina and the hymen are intact.”
“The anus is also intact and the wounds do not suggest any kind of penetrative assault,” she said, adding that the facts so far, including medical and technical information, do not indicate the possibility of rape.
She said police had identified the autorickshaw in which the girl had traveled from her village to the city. Police also questioned his driver, and the FSL found no prima facie evidence of a sexual assault in the vehicle.
“We had looked at several CCTV cameras at different locations around town in which the young girl is seen walking alone. We didn’t find anyone stalking her, and we didn’t see any suspects with her,’ she said, adding that in all CCTV footage there were no signs of injury on the girl. and that his physical condition appeared to be normal.
“We have particular footage where the girl is seen climbing the Tijara flyover at 7:31 p.m. that day (Tuesday), about 300 to 350 meters from the spot (the spot on the flyover from where she was later found injured). No other people or suspects have been spotted with her,” she said.
According to the police, they received the information about the girl found bleeding on the bridge around 7:41 p.m. Alwar Police said they are now fully focused on investigating the approximately 8-10 minutes in which the girl was found in critical condition during the same flyover.
Gautam said police are trying to find out what happened to him during the overflight, resulting in injuries. Asked about the possibility of an accident, Gautam replied that the police were looking at all angles.
“The investigation is ongoing, as we have more evidence we can come to a conclusion,” she said, adding that police had reviewed footage from nearly 300 CCTV cameras so far. here.
“..The anus is also intact and the wounds do not suggest any type of penetrative assault,” she said, adding that the facts so far, including medical and technical information, do not indicate not the possibility of rape.
She said the police had identified the autorickshaw in which the girl had traveled from her village to the city. Police also questioned his driver, and the FSL found no prima facie evidence of a sexual assault in the vehicle. “We reviewed multiple CCTV cameras at different locations around town in which the girl is seen walking alone. We did not find anyone stalking her, and we did not see any suspects with her,” a- she said, adding that in all CCTV footage. , there were no signs of injury on the girl and her physical condition appeared normal.
“We have particular footage where the girl is seen climbing the Tijara flyover at 7:31 p.m. that day (Tuesday) which is about 300 to 350 meters from the location (the point on the flyover of where she was later found injured). No other person or suspect was spotted with her,” she said.
According to the police, they received the information about the girl found bleeding on the bridge around 7:41 p.m. Alwar Police said they are now fully focused on investigating the approximately 8-10 minutes in which the girl was found in critical condition during the same flyover. Gautam said police are trying to find out what happened to him during the overflight, resulting in injuries. Asked about the possibility of an accident, Gautam replied that the police were looking at all angles.

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