Brutal death of young child still under investigation


Social media has been reporting about the death of a four-year-old girl, who was reported dead on February 21. The girl reported was subjected to domestic violence.
Bayanzurkh Police Division No.2 is currently investigating the case and has detained two suspects – the victim’s father and step mother – who the media and the victim’s relatives believe assaulted the girl which resulted in her death.
The victim died on February 21, although she received intensive care treatments for five days at Bayanzurkh District Hospital.
The Forensic Hospital is still in the process of determining the cause of death. The police refused to give details about the case as the investigation is ongoing.
The victim’s mother’s friend posted on her Facebook profile that the girl’s mother left his husband after three years of failed marriage and raised her daughter alone until six months ago.
The girl’s father demanded to raise his daughter himself and the victim was moved to her father’s home where she lived with her father and her step mother, who reportedly abused her regularly.
Mother of the victim has no information about what happened and is waiting for investigation results, while the National Human Rights Commission hasn’t yet submitted official complaints about the case to legal organizations, according to News.mn.
The police urged the public to report about possible domestic violence cases to hotline 107 without hesitation as people’s lives may be at risk, following the girl’s death. The hotline receives reports 24 hours every day and gives advices and direct people of what they should do against domestic violence.
Female members of Parliament offered their condolences for the victim’s close relatives and promised, “We will try our best for a bright and safe future for women and children who are falling victims to domestic violence and we will never seize our efforts to eradicate the issue in Mongolia.”
A group of Ulaanbaatar residents have joined their voices against domestic violence following the widely reported death of the young girl. They announced to hold a peaceful demonstration to call on the public to act against domestic violence and offer their condolences to the victim.
The demonstrators will light lamps and stand in silence for five minutes for the victim at Chinggis Square at 6:00 p.m. on February 28.
Eej Bukhnii Duu Khooloi (All mother’s voice) Facebook group, with over 6,000 members, came up with the idea to hold the demonstration and is organizing the event against domestic violence.

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