6 students booked for drugging and sodomizing minor in Ajmer

Incident was reported on July 10. Six senior students barged into the victim’s hostel room and forced him to consume drugs and when he refused they forced him into a bathroom and abused him sexually

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August 2, 2018, 4:48 pm


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Jaipur: Ajmer Police has lodged a FIR against six senior students of an Ajmer school for allegedly drugging and buggering a junior student multiple times in the school’s hostel.

The case has been registered under the POCSO (Prevention of Children from Sexual Offenses) Act and section 377 of IPC and other relevant sections. Further investigations are going on.

Six senior students of class 12th forced a newcomer junior student from class 11th to allegedly take drugs. When he refused they forcefully drugged him and later made him drink alcohol and eat non- vegetarian food despite the fact victim was vegetarian. When the victim protested, the accused students took him to the washroom and sodomized him. They threatened him not to tell anyone regarding this.

The incident happened on July 10 when the six senior students barged in the victim’s hostel room and forced him to consume drugs and when he refused they took the victim into the bathroom and abused him sexually. This continued till July 25th as the senior student’s threatened him not to speak regarding this to anyone. The victim went into distress. Feeling humiliated, he didn’t report this to his parents and fled from the school on July 27 to Madhya Pradesh, where his relatives reside. After observing the situation his relatives took him to his house in Rajasthan.

The school committee and the victim’s father filed a complained against those six students for sexual and substance abuse. The victim’s father claims that the school officials did not respond to his son’s complains earlier and further mentioned that it was his son’s first month in the boarding school and this happened.

School administration and police officials refused to give any statements regarding the case and assured that the investigations are going on.

First published: August 2, 2018
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