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       Kundara rape victim harassed repeatedly: Doctor
         Posted on :15:15:48 Mar 17, 2017
       Last edited on:19:02:02 Mar 17, 2017
         Tags: Kundra rape victim, harassed, Doctor

KOLLAM: Ten-year-old Kundara rape victim had been subjected to repeated assault, according to the statement given by a doctor who conducted the post-mortem.  She was subjected to sexual abuse till three days ahead of her death.

“The girl was also subjected to unnatural sex and there were 22 bruises on her body, which are also mentioned in the post-mortem report,” Dr K Vatsala of Medical College told the police.

Police have taken six persons into custody in connection with the death of Anila, who was found hanging dead. Anila’s mother Sheeja and her grandfather among others are in custody.

Police hope to elicit information from them that would help them crack the case.

Anila (10), the daughter of Kundara native Jose and Sheeja, was found dead in their house on January 15.

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