Rajasthan's Dark Day: In a shocking incident that has sent shockwaves through the community, the lifeless body of a 19-year-old Dalit woman was found in a well on Bhilapada Road, under the jurisdiction of the Nadoti Police Station in Karauli.
The discovery has triggered massive panic and outrage as preliminary investigations suggest that the young woman was gang-raped before she was brutally murdered and her was body dumped in a well.
This news of the gruesome incident reached the ears of prominent Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders, including Member of Parliament Dr. Kirori Lal Meena, MP Diya Kumari, MP Ranjeeta Koli, former MLA Ramesh Meena from Todabhim, former MLA Rajkumari Jatav from Hindaun, District President Brij Lal Dikoliya, and several other BJP leaders who promptly arrived at the scene, demanding justice for the victim and immediate arrest of the culprits.
MP Kirori Lal Meena, MP Diya Kumari, and many other BJP members staged a sit-in protest alongside local residents.
The District Collector, SP Mamta Gupta, ADM Murli Dhar, ASP Suresh Jaif, and other senior officials made efforts to pacify the agitated crowd.
Speaking to the media, MP Kirori Lal Meena said that the Supreme Court has issued guidelines regarding the increasing cases of acid attacks, but the Rajasthan government has failed to implement them effectively.
He further revealed that the Dalit woman, who was pursuing her studies in Nadoti, was forcefully taken away by miscreants.
He expressed concerns that she was subjected to a gangrape and acid attack, ultimately leading to her tragic demise. The culprits then callously disposed of her body in the well.
The deceased victim, aged 19, was identified as Aarti Bairwa, a resident of Mohanpura village under the jurisdiction of the Balghat Police Station.
The police swiftly recovered the body from the well and transported it to the mortuary of Hindaun District Hospital for a post-mortem examination. The young woman had been missing for the past two days, intensifying the gravity of the incident.