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Delhi: School van driver Mohd Azhar arrested for sexually assaulting a 6-year-old girl

“Delhi: School van driver Mohd Azhar arrested for sexually assaulting a 6-year-old girl”, Organiser, April 27, 2023:

“On April 25, the Delhi Police arrested a Muslim man, Mohammed Azhar, for sexually assaulting a minor girl. The accused person is said to be a school van driver and has been charged u/s 376 of IPC and section 6 of the POCSO Act for assaulting a 6-year-old school-going girl.

DCP South East Rajesh Deo revealed the information to the press and confirmed the accused’s identity. The case was registered at Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh Police Station.

The Indian Penal Code’s Section 376 deals with the rape of a woman and carries a prison sentence of at least ten years, with the possibility of life imprisonment. The accused is also subject to a fine under the IPC in such cases….”

Read the full article at Organiser.org

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