JAIPUR: A seven-year-old girl is admitted to a hospital here in critical condition after she was raped on the rooftop of a madarsa in city’s Sanganer area on Wednesday evening.

The girl went to the madarsa to study there and didn’t return home till late evening. Someone accidently happened to spot the girl on the rooftop of the madarsa with her private parts bleeding profusely.

Even as the police are yet to identify the culprit, a team of five doctors operated upon the victim.

The girl is drifting in and out of consciousness and in a brief statement to the police, she said she didn’t know the rapist. Tension prevailed in Sanganer area following the incident.

According to the police, the madarsa is located on the third floor of a mosque in Kazi Mohalla in Sanganer. “The girl came to the madarsa regularly for studying. On Wednesday evening, she didn’t return home after the classes. The madarsa was closed. After prayers, someone happened to go to the third floor and heard the cries of a child coming from the rooftop,” said a police officer.

When the man went to the rooftop, he found the girl lying in a pool of blood. The family members and the police were informed. “The girl was in a serious condition. So we rushed her to JK Lon Hospital. She has been operated upon, but her condition is still serious,” said the officer.

A police officer tried to take the victim’s statement. “All she could say was that she didn’t know the rapist. However, she was in a state of shock and immediately went unconscious, so we can’t say if she actually didn’t know him,” said the officer. The officer said that the door to the rooftop usually remains locked. “The fact that the accused had access to the rooftop suggest he was familiar with the premises,” said the officer. The officer said that interrogation of some suspects is going on. “We are also verifying if the madarsa was registered. We are taking statement of various people running the place. We are also trying to find out how the keys of the door lock was available to the rapist,” said the officer.