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Friday, July 19, 2024

Md. Nazim assumes Hindu identity, rapes, impregnates, then murders unborn foetus: Kollam, Kerala

27-year-old Mohammed Nazim has been arrested from Chathanoor in Kollam district, Kerala. Nazim who is married and has a child from his previous marriage recently groomed a Hindu girl and when she became pregnant, he kicked her in the abdomen and killed his unborn child. 

Nazim created the impression that he was an unmarried Hindu and they started to have an affair. Following promises of marriage, the Hindu lady fell for his trap. A few months ago, she eloped and both went to the local temple and garlanded each other – this is a favorite ploy of Islamists to trick Hindu girls into thinking they are now ‘officially married’. They rented a house at Chavara, about 30 km from Chathannoor, and started to live together.   

Trouble began as soon as the victim became pregnant. Having raped her on several occasions, Nazim turned to violence and started beating her on a regular basis. Recently he kicked her in the abdomen and beat her mercilessly following which she started to bleed and it induced a miscarriage. She is currently undergoing treatment at Paripally Medical College Hospital.

The girl’s parents registered a case at the Paripally police station following which the accused was arrested from Chathannoor and remanded to judicial custody.

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