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Saturday, March 2, 2024

Woman Employee Raped by Dairy Owner, Pressurised to Convert to Islam & Eat Beef – Jharkhand

A woman working in a dairy business in Jamshedpur, Jharkhand was raped by her boss Asif Iqbal who also threatened to kill her daughter and upload the woman’s obscene photos on Facebook if she told anyone, Hindi daily Prabhat Khabar has reported. Iqbal also put pressure on the woman to convert to Islam and eat beef.

The police has arrested Asif Iqbal, resident of Dhatikidih A block, based on the statement given by the woman. She had been working in Iqbal’s business since 11 November 2017. He often used to take her to Haldipokhar for work, and would misbehave with her on those trips.

One day, Iqbal asked her to come to his home for some work where he raped her. When she protested, he threatened to kill her daughter. Using some objectionable photos clicked by him to blackmail, he continued raping her. He also put pressure on the woman to convert and on 16 April he tried to feed her beef as well.


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2 COMMENTS

  1. another news from jharkhand is a minor girl has been raped n set ablaze. As usual media isnt naming/ shaming the rapist – he must be a mullah n thats why

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