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” Khurshid spoke to the media on board the Prime Minister’s special aircraft after Manmohan Singh, By 20, including of molestation. At 32 he is the man who allegedly raped a 27-year-old woman in a taxi in Delhi As 82-year-old Devendra Yadav recalls it was some 18 years ago that the village of Ramnagar in Mainpuri district of Uttar Pradesh first heard the rumble of a motorbike Until then the village had only seen bicycles so heads turned when the boy riding the two-wheeled wonder zipped through the village alleys He was all of 14 Back then Shiv Kumar Yadav was the boy with the first bike in the village Eighteen years later he is the man who allegedly raped a 27-year-old woman in his car in Delhi on December 5 Yadav’s friends say that as a boy he would walk 3 km to the main road everyday after school to watch the occasional car that passed that way While other children chased after cars Yadav would simply stand back and watch His friend Manoj Tripathi says that one day Yadav flagged down a tractor and asked the driver if he could ride some distance in it The driver agreed and the two boys hopped on “He wouldn’t stop smiling that day We rode a few kilometres and then got off Since that day vehicles became somewhat of an obsession with him Almost every day he would tell me how he wished he owned one himself” says Manoj 33 Yadav’s classmate at the private Surekha kindergarten school in Mainpuri In 2004 Yadav married his elder brother Kumarpal’s widow Munni When Yadav got his first bike Manoj says he was left dumbfounded “I didn’t think he would get a bike We couldn’t think of asking our parents to buy us even a cycle and he had a bike” says Manoj who works as a driver in Agra It was at Vishwanath Singh junior high school (now an inter-college) that Yadav studied till his Class VIII He was ‘Roll no 825’ according to the school register of that year It shows he enrolled in the school in Class VI on January 1 1993 and continued till Class VIII after which he sought a transfer to a school in Mathura “He was not an exceptional student but he never missed school I don’t quite remember whether he was good in studies but he would talk at length about vehicles how they run the technology… I used to wonder where he picked up all that from” says Mahavir Singh the headmaster of the primary school Yadav’s father Ramnath retired as headmaster of a primary school Ramnagar is barely 3 km in circumference ringed by wheat and mustard fields Much before it came to be known as Shiv Kumar Yadav’s village it was notorious for its illicit liquor units Records at the Ellau police station under whose jurisdiction Ramnagar falls show 70 per cent of the cases in the village are of drunken brawls “Not a day goes by when a brawl isn’t reported Even we are scared to go to Ramnagar after 5 pm The men roam about drunk armed with firearms and swords” says a policeman at Ellau Around noon on a Wednesday Ramnagar doesn’t look anything like what the policeman made it out to be Houses with thatched roofs almost run into each other except for a lone house at one end of the village It’s Yadav’s house the one with five buffaloes and a concrete roof Life was never much of a struggle for Yadav at least not when he was growing up Of the seven children born to Ganga Devi and Ramnath Yadav a retired headmaster of a primary school in the village Yadav was the youngest and the one who always had his way While his eldest brother Rakesh died of an illness the second Kumarpal reportedly committed suicide just after his first child was born The third brother Lankush is mentally unstable Yadav’s three sisters are married — the eldest lives in Mathura and the other two in Etawah “He always got what he wanted If he wanted money my parents wouldn’t even ask him why he needed it” says Yadav’s sister based in Mathura who didn’t want to be named “He threatened to leave at any talk of helping in fields” says mother Ganga Devi Shorter than most of his friends at 5’4’’ Yadav had the nickname “gantha” meaning “midget” in the local Kanauji dialect “He had a complex because he was short He thought the girls avoided him He didn’t like it that we talked to the girls while he couldn’t” says Raju Yadav another friend of Yadav’s Apparently then Yadav decided that the only way to impress the girls was to own a vehicle “When he got the bike he thought women would be attracted to him But nothing changed Later women became an obsession Angry that he wasn’t getting any attention he would randomly hold a woman’s hand or snatch her dupatta He became a nuisance and though we told him to stop he listened to no one” says Raju Sitting on a charpoy Ganga Devi is trying to get her grandson to sleep “Shiv was mischievous as a boy He had a habit of getting into arguments with people and would come home bruised everyday He would threaten to walk out of the house if we as much as suggested that he help us till the fields He always dreamt of leaving the village and moving to the city” By the time he was in his late teens Yadav would be involved in almost every brawl that broke out in the village His first crime in 2001 was an attempted break-in He was trying to scale the wall of a house in the village when people caught him beat him up and handed him over to the police Yadav was 19 then Soon more cases followed Sometime in 2002 he spent a night in jail for a case of gambling and was released with a warning “He began hanging out with boys from neighbouring villages Since he had a bike the boys took advantage of him and made him do their work He was finally getting some attention and he enjoyed it” says Raju Yadav in turn lavished attention on the girls of the village “I was once returning home from the local market when I saw him standing with a group of boys from the neighbouring village” says one of Yadav’s ‘victims’? a Class 3 student of Ghata, “We have brought the issue to the CM’s notice… We will take it up on priority, For all the latest Sports News, Therefore,emotional difficulties and family tensions appeared to be key factors. pass them around at dinner parties or even carry them around,” Mehrishi 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