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JJ Hospital submits victim's reports

mumbai Updated: Mar 27, 2010 01:14 IST
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JJ Hospital has sent to the police medical reports for the 12-year-old Sakinaka girl who was allegedly raped by nine men.

Police said they got the reports on Friday, but did not reveal their contents. "I haven't seen the reports yet and cannot comment until I have," said Samadhan Dhanedhar, senior police inspector of Sakinaka police station.

Investigating officer, M R Kalamkar, said he could not comment as the matter is in court. JJ Hospital authorities said the girl went through a gynecological examination on Thursday.

"She was brought by the police at 6.20 pm, examined, and sent back at 7.20 pm," said JJ dean Dr TP Lahane.

Examined at Nagpada Police Hospital earlier this week, her report says her hymen was intact and
there were no injury marks on her body. Sakinaka police sought a second opinion at JJ.

Dr Rekha Daver, who heads gynaecology at JJ, signed and sent the sealed report to the police.

Medical superintendent Dr HH Jadhav said he had sent the police officials who brought the girl to the Chief Medical Officer on Thursday. "He referred them to the gynaecology department. I have not seen the report."

On Sunday, police arrested Jamuna Prasad Sharma (71), who ran a shop opposite the victim's house.

Jitendra Yadav (25) and Vinod Yadav (27), who worked in a local hotel, and Premchand Panit (35) also a local. Sharma has been admitted to Ghatkopar's Rajawadi Hospital with high blood pressure.

The other five accused — the victim's 21-year-old cousin, Raju Sharma (22), Guru Sharma (24), Vakil (30) and Rajesh Sharma (40) — are absconding.