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In Jharkhand, a Dalit Girl attacked by Hajrat Khan because she refused to marry him

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India is yet to overcome the shock due to the brutal killing of Nikita Tomar in broad daylight, when she was shot dead by Tauseef, as she refused to convert to Islam and marry him, a similar gruesome incident has happened in Jharkhand. Where in Lakadhi village of Majhiaon, a Dalit girl was brutally attacked by Hajrat Khan, because she refused to marry him.

On 11th November, 22 years old Hajrat Khan went to 20 years old Rani Kumar’s house with a sharp weapon and carry out this heinous crime. It was found that Rani’s family was busy in preparation for Rani’s marriage, which is scheduled later this month.

At the time of the incident Rani’s father, who works in the Police department was not at home. Rani’s mother was also going to some other town due to personal work. Rani was alone with her 10 years old brother at the house at that time, sensing the opportunity, Hajrat khan entered the house and repeatedly stuck Rani’s head with a sharp weapon, and injured her gravely.

Rani’s brother informed the neighbors and nearby workers about this incident, who took Rani to Majhiaon Hospital, where doctors observed her critical condition and referred her to Garhwa hospital for further treatment.

Rani’s father has lodged a complaint about the incident and police have recorded the girl’s statement, and an FIR has been registered against Hajrat Khan. Police have informed that Hajrat Khan was after Rani for a couple of years and he was pressurizing her to marry him. Sensing the problem, Rani’s parents decided to marry her as soon as possible. Rani’s marriage was scheduled this month, Hajrat was agitated with this news and he planned this attack to avenge his humiliation.

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