Rape victim writes in her blood to Modi for justice

Apparently feeling humiliated and frustrated by alleged police inaction, two sisters, one a rape victim and another a victim of harassment, have written letters in their blood to prime minister Narendra Modi and UP chief minister Yogi Adityanath seeking justice.

The sisters, residents of state's Raebareli district, have stopped going to their respective colleges following threats from the culprits.

According to the police sources, the elder sister, who was a student of engineering at a college in state's Barabanki district, had allegedly been raped by two students of the same institution in March last year. Though an FIR had been lodged against them they continued to roam freely.

The alleged culprits threatened the victim with dire consequences if she did not withdraw the case. The duo allegedly posted obscene messages on the social networking sites after making a fake ID of the younger sister. A complaint in this regard was registered with Raebareli police in November last year but no action was taken.

Sources said that the sisters stopped going to their respective colleges after they were threatened with kidnapping and were confined to the four walls of their home for the past several months.

In their frustration and feeling humiliated the two wrote letters in their blood to Modi and Adityanath seeking justice.

Police sources here said that the culprits had obtained a stay order from the court in the rape case registered against them in Barabanki. ''We have sought help of the social networking site in the harassment case,'' said a police official in Raebareli.

Two police constables had been deployed at the home of the victims in Raebareli, sources said.

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