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Love Jihad – Aslam Becomes Raju to Lure a Hindu Girl

Aslam kidnapped a teenager girl, who belonged to Scheduled caste and brought her from Delhi to Mainpuri in Uttar Pradesh. Police raided his house and rescued the girl. However, he has been absconding, reports Hindi daily Jagran.

Aslam, a resident of Mainpuri used to run tempo in Delhi. A young Hindu girl, who worked in a factory, used to go to her work everyday in Aslam’s tempo. In a typical case of Love-Jihad, he introduced himself as Raju and told the girl that he belongs to the same caste as she does. This way he hid his religion from her.

He, then, trapped the girl in love. Around three months ago, she was seduced and abducted by the accused. Firstly, the villagers were themselves searching for her but when they couldn’t find her, they filed a complaint with the police.

On Tuesday, 13th November, a team of police reached Aslam’s house. He panicked and fled the scene but police recovered the teenager from there. The victim told that Aslam did not let her leave the house. Only when she came to Mainpuri, she got aware of Aslam’s real identity of being a Muslim. Even the people in Aslam’s locality did not know of her presence in his house and were shocked to find her.

Police rescued and took the girl with them.

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