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Sunday, May 19, 2024

12-year-old abducted and raped by Sajid who has three wives & 6 children: Telangana

A case of a 12-year-old minor being abducted and raped by Mohammad Sajid, a 42-year-old man with three wives and six children has come to light from Devarkadra Mandal in Telangana’s Mahabubnagar district. The incident occurred on 12 March when the minor was kidnapped by Sajid who is said to have sexually assaulted the girl as well as per reports.

Although the girl was traced and recovered by the police on 19 March, Sajid continues to remain absconding. Police have launched a manhunt for Sajid. In the meanwhile, on learning of the matter, BJP leaders led by DK Aruna urged SP Rema Rajeshwaran to ensure justice for the victim. They demanded that the accused be traced and taken into custody quickly and severely punished.

The girl was raped after being abducted on the 12th by Sajid who then left the girl at Nawabpet on the 19th of before fleeing. A medical examination of the victim was conducted. Police have begun investigations into the rape case registered against the accused. They have formed into four groups in order to trace Sajid at the earliest.


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