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Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Plumber Sadiq Mohammad rapes woman, records obscene video & makes it viral

A 30-year-old woman has accused plumber Sadiq Mohammad of making her obscene video. The woman alleged that he then made it viral and even sent it to her husband. The incident took place in Punjab’s Kapurthala.

As per the complaint, her husband resides in America while she stays here with her son and mother-in-law. She had called Sadiq Mohammad to repair the water tank a few months ago. He took her phone number and subsequently kept in touch with her. He also started frequenting her house.

The victim said that he had visited her during her son’s birthday celebrations. A few days after that he came to her house when she was alone and raped her. The accused even made her obscene video. He began sexually abusing her threatening to make her video viral if she refused to oblige. However, after the woman refused to give in to his sexual demand, he circulated the video on social media and also sent it to her husband.

Based on the victim’s complaint, a case has been filed against Sadiq Mohammad under IPC sections 376, 506, 509 and section 67 of the IT Act. Investigating officer Balwinder Singh said that further investigations in the matter are ongoing.

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