Mathura (UP): Shocking visuals! 17-year-old girl thrown to the second floor by suspected stalkers; Battles for Life at Mathura Hospital

Mathura (UP): Her family has alleged that the three men had been harassing her for a year, they barged into their house and dragged her to the second floor.

Mathura (UP): A 17-year-old is fighting for life after three men broke into her home and threw her from the second floor according to the family, the minor is in critical condition in a hospital in Mathura.

The incident took place in the Chaatha region on Monday evening, after which the police registered an FIR in the case.

Police Superintendent (Mathura Rural) Shrish Chandra told PTI that two of the defendants were arrested after his brother filed a complaint with the local police station. Speaking to reporters, the girl’s older brother, Dinesh Singh, claimed the trio had been harassing his sister for about a year.

“Yesterday evening, around 8 pm, our father received a call from an unknown number. The caller asked who was speaking and inquired about the location. Our father said he was talking about Chaatha and told the caller his name, ”the brother told PTI.

“Soon three men arrived on a motorbike and broke into our house. They assaulted my family members, including my mother and sister. Two of them forcibly took my sister to the second floor and threw her off the balcony, breaking her spinal cord, ”he alleged.

CCTV footage showed the girl was falling face down on the street and people were rushing towards her trying to help her. Police seized CCTV footage of the neighborhood, the video was shared by TOI reporter Anuja Jaiswal on Twitter, saying the girl is in hospital with a broken spinal cord.

“She is admitted to a private hospital and suffers from serious injuries to the spinal cord and other parts of the body. She is in critical condition, ”the girl’s father, Prem Pal Singh, told reporters according to PTI.

The accused are believed to be from Bihar.

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The family also alleged that when they arrived at the police station on Monday evening to file a complaint, they were told to come the next day. However, SP (rural) Shrish Chandra said the girl’s family member made a written complaint to the local police station on Tuesday morning, after which the FIR was filed.

“Action was taken immediately and two defendants were arrested today. The third accused will soon be arrested and other proceedings are underway, ”he told reporters.

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