He mentioned that he provided the girl with some clothing and promptly contacted the police, who subsequently transported her to the hospital.
On Wednesday night, a police statement indicated that the girl had received medical attention for her injuries, including surgery, though specific details were not disclosed.
The Home Minister of Madhya Pradesh, Narottam Misra, stated on Wednesday that the girl’s condition was currently stable.
Leaders from the opposition parties in the state have strongly condemned the incident and criticized the governing Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) regarding women’s safety.
The State BJP Chief, VD Sharma, assured that the police would take “rigorous action,” and he emphasized that “the criminals would not escape justice.”
Priyank Kanoongo, the Chairperson of the National Commission for Protection Of Child Rights, informed reporters that he had been in touch with local police and administrative authorities in Madhya Pradesh to gather more information about the incident.
Yogita Bhayana, an activist who has worked with numerous rape survivors, informed the BBC that she was actively working on tracing the girl’s family and reaching out to support them.