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Gang Rape In Osmania General Hospital!

Gang Rape In Osmania General Hospital

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Our politicians boast that there is no other country like India, where women are treated with dignity and respect. Going by the incident like Kathuva, and Dachepalli, every Indian should hang their head in shame. Despite living in the 21st century, Indian men have turned out to be nothing but uncivilized animals.

Despite the government making changes to the law, the perverts are still continuing their inhumane activities on women. In the latest incident, a 35-year-old woman, who visited Osmania General Hospital, Hyderabad for medical treatment has been raped in the hospital premises.

The woman approached the Banjara Hills PS after she was physically assaulted by her husband. The police handed over a letter stating that the woman’s case should be considered as a medico-legal case. They did not even send a constable with her.c

On reaching the hospital, the ward boy saw an opportunity and promised her that he would get her treated immediately, and even help her in booking the case against her husband. The ward boy, private ambulance driver, and a home guard belonging to the Afzal Ganz police outpost have gang-raped her by taking her to an isolated place in the first floor of the Hospital building. With the help of a lawyer, (she works in the lawyer’s home as a maid) the woman has lodged a complaint against the ward boy.

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