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Uttar Pradesh: Maulvi Gulam Waris molests 13-year-old girl at her home, arrested

“Uttar Pradesh: Maulvi Gulam Waris molests 13-year-old girl at her home, arrested”, Op India, April 15, 2023:

“The Uttar Pradesh Police on Thursday, April 13 arrested a Maulvi identified as Gulam Waris for molesting a minor girl in the Deoria district of Uttar Pradesh. The accused, who worked in a local Masjid, spotted the girl alone at her home and molested her after barging into the premises.

According to the girl, the accused fled from the spot after she screamed and sought help. The incident is said to have happened in the Mahuadih village of the Deoria District of Uttar Pradesh.

The 13-year-old minor girl lives with her family next to a mosque. On the day of the incident, the family members of the victim had gone to work in the fields. The accused Maulvi, who hails from Bhulwariya village, learned about it and molested the girl in their absence….”

Read the full article at OpIndia.com

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