Mysuru Gang-Rape Victim Gets Discharged from Hospital Against Medical Advise, Went Back to Maharashtra in Helicopter


The parents of the Mysuru gang-rape victim got discharged their daughter from the hospital against the Medical Advice, on Friday.

The girl was shocked with the incident and was recovering. But, her parents got her discharged against doctors’ advice. The girl was taken to Bengaluru and then shifted to Maharashtra in a helicopter.

The 22-year-old MBA student was allegedly raped by a gang of six-men near Chamundi Hill, on August 24.

The girl had severe injuries and her condition was not stable when brought to hospital at Bengaluru.

Congress leader VS Ugrappa, who heads the fact-finding team formed by Karnataka Congress, suspecting foul play in the case, said, the girl has been shifted from the hospital and the police have not recorded her statements. Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai, Home Minister Araga Jnanendra and Minister ST Somashekar are giving conflicting statements, he said.
Sources said, the survivor’s parents did not allow the police to record her statements.

The case may get weak as the police have not recorded her statements. The victim plays a major role in getting rapists punished. Though the boy is an eyewitness, the survivor’s statement will be more effective.