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6-year-Old Raped by Muslim Man in Bihar

A 6-year old girl is battling for life after being raped by one Meraj Alam (25) in Bihar’s Rohtas district, Live Hindustan has reported. The incident occurred on Tuesday around 3 PM in Kargahar town. Angry locals surrounded the police station demanding the accused be handed over to them.

The girl was playing outside her house when Alam lured her away on the pretext of giving her chocolates. After the girl went missing, her parents started searching frantically for her. Someone told them that their daughter was seen going with Alam to his house.

When the father reached Alam’s house, he heard cries from inside and found his 6-year-old daughter drenched in blood inside the house. Police arrived at the scene and arrested Meraj Alam.

The girl has been referred to Varanasi for treatment – it is said that she is bleeding profusely from her private parts.


2 PM, 14 April 2018:

The featured image for this horrific crime which we had used was wrong, as per a report on, whose team spoke to Manavjeet Singh, SP of Rohtas to confirm the same. We regret the error.

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