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Eight men gang-rape minor girl, circulate video online: Rajasthan

Sabrangindia 03 Oct 2022

Minor Rape
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The family have alleged that the accused had extorted Rs 50,000 from her and when she failed to give them more money, circulated a video of her.

One person has been detained on Sunday, October 2, after the alleged gang-rape of a 17-year-old girl by eight men, who also extorted money from her and later circulated her video online. Rajasthan police managed to arrest one of the accused, Akram, in connection with the case. “He is being interrogated”, circle officer of Kishangarh Bas, Atul Agre told the news agency PTI.

The FIR was frst registered on September 29 against eight accused who allegedly gang-raped the minor thrice, police said.Speaking on the details of the case, the SHO of the police station Amit Kumar said the 17-year-old victim received a call from one Sahil on December 31, 2021, who told her that he had some objectionable pictures of her and he told her to meet him.

When she reached his place where he meant, the other accused – eight men from the same village raped her. They allegedly shot a video of her gang-rape as well. Police also said the girl was also raped twice after that on January 3 and April 6. It was the father of the girl told police that the accused took Rs 50,000 from her in exchange for not circulating the videos. NDTV has rhat after their later attempt to get Rs 2.5 lakh (in addition to the Rs 50,000), they released the girl’s footage online.  At this stage, the family then went to the police.The SHO said all the accused are residents of the same village. They have been booked under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act and the Information Technology Act.

Related:

Lakhimpur Kheri: Postmortem confirms Dalit sisters were raped before murder
Delhi: 10-year-old boy, allegedly raped by friends, succumbs to injuries

 

Eight men gang-rape minor girl, circulate video online: Rajasthan

Minor Rape
Image Courtesy: newprocessfromhome.com

The family have alleged that the accused had extorted Rs 50,000 from her and when she failed to give them more money, circulated a video of her.

One person has been detained on Sunday, October 2, after the alleged gang-rape of a 17-year-old girl by eight men, who also extorted money from her and later circulated her video online. Rajasthan police managed to arrest one of the accused, Akram, in connection with the case. “He is being interrogated”, circle officer of Kishangarh Bas, Atul Agre told the news agency PTI.

The FIR was frst registered on September 29 against eight accused who allegedly gang-raped the minor thrice, police said.Speaking on the details of the case, the SHO of the police station Amit Kumar said the 17-year-old victim received a call from one Sahil on December 31, 2021, who told her that he had some objectionable pictures of her and he told her to meet him.

When she reached his place where he meant, the other accused – eight men from the same village raped her. They allegedly shot a video of her gang-rape as well. Police also said the girl was also raped twice after that on January 3 and April 6. It was the father of the girl told police that the accused took Rs 50,000 from her in exchange for not circulating the videos. NDTV has rhat after their later attempt to get Rs 2.5 lakh (in addition to the Rs 50,000), they released the girl’s footage online.  At this stage, the family then went to the police.The SHO said all the accused are residents of the same village. They have been booked under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act and the Information Technology Act.

Related:

Lakhimpur Kheri: Postmortem confirms Dalit sisters were raped before murder
Delhi: 10-year-old boy, allegedly raped by friends, succumbs to injuries

 

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