IndiaBangalore 2 sisters Stripped Assaulted not repaying Rs 1 lakh education loan

Bangalore 2 sisters Stripped Assaulted not repaying Rs 1 lakh education loan

Bengaluru Unable to repay loan taken for education 2 sisters undressed and assaulted. Two arrested. One is headhunting.

Bangalore: A tragic incident has taken place in dodda bommasandra area under the jurisdiction of Sarjapur police station on the outskirts of Bangalore. The incident in which two sisters who were at home undressed and sexually harassed due to delay in repaying the loan purchased for education expenses has come as a shock.

Not only that but without helping the victims, the police have not registered any complaint regarding this incident for two days. It was only after the public became furious that the police have filed a complaint with the victims.

Police on Wednesday arrested both Ramakrishna Reddy and Sunil Kumar in connection with the attack. The complaint was lodged against Ramakrishna Reddy and Sunil Kumar and Indiramma. The third culprit has not yet been arrested.

The father of the sexually harassed sisters has taken a loan of Rs 1 lakh from Ramakrishna Reddy of Nerika village near Thottabommachandra for 30 per cent interest on his children’s education.

Ramakrishna Reddy has also given credit. In this situation, Ramakrishna Reddy, who had given the loan, has come with Sunil Kumar and Indiramma to ask for a refund.

The two sisters, who were alone at home, were immediately forced to repay the entire loan at once. They have sold their land and said they will repay the loan. But the three men entered the house and assaulted the two sisters, stripping them naked.

They have approached the Sarjapur police station in connection with the incident. However, Inspector Raghavendra Imprabur refused to take up the complaint. The inspector also advised the victims to reconcile with the perpetrators.

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Meanwhile, videos of the incident in which two sisters were attacked have gone viral on social media, prompting the public to demand action against the police and the accused. Finally, the victims were brought to the police station, where police filed a case Tuesday night.

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