In India, a 14-year-old girl who was raped a second time by the same attacker, died on Sunday.
The victim was kidnapped in may of the same suspect who allegedly attacked her in December of last year, according to the police report, filed by parents, said a senior Delhi police. The suspect reportedly was released on bail while he was awaiting trial for his first rape of a teenager.
The girl belonged to the caste of the Dalits, said the Chairman of the Commission on the status of women Swati was Maliwal. caste is traditionally considered "unclean" and the lowest of the low. She died on Sunday after admission to the hospital. The suspect was re-arrested following her death, police said.
Last week came the brutal details of yet another attack. The student was allegedly raped by the same group of people for the second time. News of the horrific double gang rape provoked an international outcry, there are questions why the accused were released on bail, and drew attention to the vulnerability of Dalit women in India.
According to the reports of the National Bureau, more than four Dalit women are raped every day in 2014, according to statistics, crimes against Dalits rose by 19%. In many cases these crimes are committed by criminals of the higher castes. Unfortunately, these incidents are not unusual, but more sensational cases help to increase visibility.
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