SIX development laborers apparently assaulted a nine-year-old Grade 2 student in Barangay Talaga, Argao town on Monday evening, March 25.
Argao Police Chief Rolan Aliser drove his group in capturing four of the six suspects, including the young lady's uncle on Tuesday night, March 26.
The police official said he had seen that the young lady's folks did not plan to record grumblings against suspects.
Aliser, be that as it may, said the police can record the protests against the suspects. He will likewise counsel the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) to decide the particular charges they can stop against the guardians.
Starting examination demonstrated that at 3 p.m. Monday, March 25, the unfortunate casualty moved toward the suspects, who were drinking close to the building site.
The young lady's uncle snatched her. He at that point hauled her to a lush zone and assaulted her.
The young lady told the police that she was not ready to oppose her uncle's advances, as undermined her with a blade.
A while later, the five other men alternated in assaulting the person in question.
Alarmed, the young lady disclosed to her mom and neighbors about the episode, however they purportedly did not trust her.
On Tuesday morning, March 26, the young lady went to class and revealed to her instructor that she was explicitly struck by her uncle and his sidekicks. The instructor at that point looked for the assistance of the police.
Aliser said the young lady's uncle conceded perpetrating the wrongdoing, yet the three different suspects denied contribution.
"Ang ingon sa uyoan nga natintal daw siya sa iyang pag-umangkon kay bother una-una, sige niyag pasabak samtang sila annoy inom (The uncle said he was enticed by his niece, who sat on his lap while he was drinking with his companions)," he said.
Aliser said the young lady was damaged, and she was frequently quiet amid the meeting with an officer from the Women and Children's Protection Desk.
The young lady was conveyed to the DSWD 7 office for stress questioning. She was analyzed at the Pink Room of Vicente Sotto Memorial Medical Center in Cebu City on Wednesday morning, March 27.
Aliser said his group had recognized the two development specialists, who are still on the loose.
The presumes will be accused of assault in connection to Republic Act 7610, or the Special Protection of Children against Abuse, Exploitation and Discrimination Act, before the Office of the Provincial Prosecutor.