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Wednesday, November 29, 2023

Assam: The Police arrested Tousif Ali for allegedly raping his minor daughter

News of a heinous crime has been reported from Karimganj district of Assam. A man raped his daughter, and later when the minor girl told her mother about it, the man tortured her. Based on the mother’s complaint, the Police arrested the accused, Tousif Ali.

As per the received information, the girl(15) is a resident of Katamani village under the Bazaricherra Police Station of Karimganj district. On the 18th of September, Monday, the minor girl’s mother went to a relative’s home. The girl, her brother and her brother were at home. At midnight, the little girl shouted for help. Hearing her scream, her brother rushed and recovered the girl. 

The next day, when her mother returned, the girl told her about the torture she had faced the previous night. The father denied it and, in anger, beat up his daughter. Due to the beating, the girl fell ill. Her mother took her to the local Makunda Hospital. After examination, the on-duty doctor referred the girl to Karimganj Civil Hospital for better treatment. She is undergoing treatment there.

Later, the girl’s mother filed a written complaint at the Bazaricherra Police Station. Based on the complaint, the Police started a case against Tousif Ali under the POCSO Act and started an investigation. The Police raided the village but couldn’t arrest the accused as he fled. On 20th September, Wednesday evening, the charged, Tousif Ali, surrendered at the Bazaricherra Police Station. 

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