Man arrested for ‘raping’ minor
Jammu: A middle aged man was arrested for allegedly outraging the modesty of a seven year old girl in Mishriwala area, on the outskirts of Jammu city, police said.
According to officials, Ravi Kumar (45) son of Bansi Lal of Misri Wala at Quarter Number 242, was arrested after father of the victim (name withheld) lodged a written complaint that his daughter had been allegedly raped.
They said that acting on the complaint, a police team from Kana Chak police station raided the residence of Kumar and arrested him. He has been booked under section 376 RPC.
Police said the girl had been medically examined and further proceedings would be carried only once the medical report of the girl was received.
Meanwhile, a housewife (name withheld) was raped allegedly by her neighbour when she was alone in the house at Gundali village of Reasi district.
Police said it had arrested the accused Rashpal Singh son of Moti Ram of the same village.
“The victim disclosed the incident before her husband who lodged a complaint with the police,” sources said, adding medical examination of the woman was conducted.
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