The police arrested two men in the sexual assault of an Indian mother and daughter whose heads shaved her after rioting Wednesday in northeastern Bihar, India.
A large group of men and a local official – who was not? – Burgled into her house, according to police harass the 22-year-old daughter of the woman on Wednesday.
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"I was alone with my mother at 6:30 pm when five neighborhood men violently entered the house and tried to harass me, daughter NDTV said. "When my mother and I protested, they started beating us with a stick and took us out of the house." "I have injuries all over my body and my daughter also has some injuries."
The men, indignant at their failed attempt, called a local barber who women's heads shaved to punish the entire village of Bhagwanpur after the mother-daughter duo tried to fend off the men.
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The daughter claims the local official has Police harassed them in recent months in addition to this mob style
The police claim to be actively looking for the five other men involved in the attack.
The attack on the woman and her daughter took place only months after a young girl was attacked with acid in April after attempting to escape gang raping. A few months earlier, an Indian woman was set on fire by two men who had abused her a few days before her death in December. When Dilmani Mishra was sitting on a bus in New Delhi in 2012, it triggered a law reform and triggered worldwide outrage.
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Kira Grant of Fox News contributed to this report.