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Sunday, June 16, 2024

Grooming Jihad reported from Noida – Sajid on the run

A grooming jihad case has been reported from the Gautam Buddha Nagar (Noida) district of UP. A man named Sajid groomed a Hindu woman, raped her, stole Rs. 5 Lakh rupees from her, and forced her to convert to Islam.

The accused is absconding. In a complaint filed at the Bisrakh police station, the victim said that Sajid didn’t reveal his real identity and introduced himself using a Hindu name.

Harish Chander, the deputy commissioner of police, Noida Central, said that the accused has been identified as Sajid. The woman met him four months ago, and promising marriage he raped her repeatedly. The lady who lives in the Gaur City society confirmed that Sajid also extorted Rs. 5 lakh from her.

It was when Sajid started forcing the victim to convert to Islam for marriage that she decided to oppose. Police said that the accused has been booked under UP’s anti-conversion law and sections of IPC related to rape and breach of trust.


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