Stepfather, 1 other gang-rape 13-yr-old


Crime Watch

Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal In a shocking incident under Koh-e-Fiza police station, a 13-year-old girl was gang-raped by her stepfather and the accused’s brother. The victim’s father had expired and her mother had started living with the accused. Police said the girl’s mother who originally belongs to Pipariya, Hoshangabad, had told in her complaint that her husband had expired. After this she came in contact with one Ramdas, resident of Sajida Nagar. Ramdas offered her to live with him as his wife to which she agreed. She came to the residence of Ramdas along with her daughter. Brother of accused Ramdas also lived in the same house. The woman said Ramdas was already married and her wife left him when she and her daughter shifted to his residence. On the day of incident, the girl’s mother went to the residence of Ramdas to cook food for him. However, Ramdas asked her to send her daughter for cooking food. On Monday the victim prepared food and slept in the house of Ramdas. Later in the night, Ramdas and his brother sexually exploited the girl and threatened her of dire consequences if she revealed the incident to anyone. However, the girl narrated the incident to her mother after which a police complaint was lodged. Police have launched hunt for the accused persons.

College chairman booked for sexually exploiting married woman

Under TT Nagar police station, the chairman of a college has been booked for sexually exploiting a married woman for years. The accused told the victim that he had made a video of the incident and threatened to make it viral on the social media if she did not agree to his demands. The woman, 37, resident of Karond, told police that she worked at Madhav Prodyogiki College. On 25 August 2012, the college chairman Rajesh Parashar forcefully raped her for the first time. After this he continued to rape her by threatening to make the video viral. Fed up of continued exploitation and harassment, the woman finally lodged a complaint. Police have launched hunt for the accused.