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Bangalore shocker: Six year old girl allegedly raped in school
A horrific incident has come into light in the Cyber city Bangalore, where a six year old girl student of class one has been allegedly raped within the school premises. It was suspected that there are more than one accused and they are no one but some school employees itself.

According to a high police official the alleged rape incident had been reported from a very famous Vibgyor High School and the incident came into light on July 15. The police said that girl was sent for medical examination and the Forensic Science Laboratory report is awaited.

According to a HT report, Bangalore police has started investigations into the case but no arrests have been made so far. As soon as the incident came into light the parents of the students from the school did a gherao of the campus and demanded action against the culprits. The parents accused that the culprits are no one but from the school itself.

In a bid to pacify them, the school management said that it was cooperating with the investigating agencies. Rustom Kerawala, spokesperson for the management, as reported by HT, said, "If somebody is found guilty of raping, let him be hanged." He tried to assure the agitating parents that the school would take all efforts to fortify safety of the students.

Meanwhile, social media is abuzz with the criticism of what happened in the Bangalore school. On micro blogging site Twitter users expressed their anger and demanded swift action against the culprits.

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