Lucknow: A 16-year-old school student was held and accosted by a group of stalkers on August 8. When the girl raised an alarm, one among the group of stalkers rode a motorbike over her head, smashing her skull.

According to reports, local police refused to register a case, and doctors refused to provide treatment as there was no police record regarding the incident. On August 8, while returning home after school, a group of followed her and passed lewd remarks at her.

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When the girl raised an alarm, locals noticed her and came to her rescue. The gang members had escaped from the spot by then.

However, the angry stalkers who tried abusing the girl returned to the spot and one of them rode a motorbike over her head.

The victim's grandparents went to Lambhua Police Station to register a case, but the policemen refused to file the case and only considered it days later.

On August 14 the minor succumbed to the injuries.

Reportedly, Lucknow’s KGMU Hospital also refused to admit the girl when she was rushed in for treatment, forcing her family to take her to a private hospital.