The main accused Chotu had allegedly introduced the girls to three others but was not at the scene of crime. The three, who carried out the crime, and the two, who helped them in a coverup attempt, are from another village close to the girls, he said.
The sisters were found dead on Wednesday evening.
On September 5, she was allegedly thrashed by her roommate, a B.Tech III student, over some dispute related to a phone call. The accused also broke her phone.
The accused, identified as Gabbar, was booked under the IT Act and Protection of Children from Sexual Offenses (POCSO) Act, Inspector Bhupendra Kumar Balian, in-charge of Tajganj police station said.
On August 4, the girl then left home along with Deepak to go to the latter's village in Uttar Pradesh and subsequently boarded a train on August 5 and reached Lucknow, the next day on August 6.
“The girl was on her way to school in the morning when the accused met her and lured her to an isolated area in Sector 32 and forced himself on her. The matter was reported to the local Sector 24 police station and the accused was soon held,” a police official said.
In another incident of capital shame, a 30-year-old woman was sexually assaulted by four Railways employees at New Delhi Railway Station's train lightning hut on the pretext of providing her a job in the Railways.
According to sources, the girl sustained critical injuries and has been admitted to Tata Hospital.
The incident was even more shocking as the bribe was offered by certain officers of a women police station under Kolkata Police.
The Supreme Court has held that a woman, who was in a relationship with a man and willingly staying with him, cannot file a case of rape, after the relationship had gone sour.
Karkhana police clarified that it was not a gang-rape but the accused exploited the girl in different days in two lodges. The accused include two juveniles.
A man practicing witchcraft has been accused of raping a woman for around 11 weeks in the name of sorcery treatment in Odisha. The shocking revelation has come to fore from Jaleswar area of Balasore district.
The girl narrated her ordeal during counselling at an NGO, which approached the superintendent of police. Following his intervention, an FIR was registered on Tuesday.
A special court trying sexual offences against children, handed over the death sentence to a 49-year-old man in Chennai, for sexually assaulting his daughter while the mother of the girl was awarded a life sentence by the court.
The single judge bench of the Karnataka HC was hearing a case filed by a woman against her husband for treating her as a 'sex slave' ever since they were married. The husband has been accused of forcing his wife into unnatural sex in the presence of their daughter too.