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News Title: Accused in minor rape case held......
News Date : 03/07/2018
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The Bathinda police claimed to have arrested a 29 year old person identified as Vicky accused of raping an eight year old girl at Hardev Nagar in the city on June 27. The accused is a resident of street number 5, Hardev Nagar. Giving this information here on Monday, IG Mohammad Faiz Farooqui, Deputy Commissioner Diprava Lakra and SSP Naveen Singla said soon after the incident, five teams were formed under SP Gurmeet Singh and DSP Gurpreet Singh. The teams included SHO of the Thermal police station, in-charge CIA and other officers. During investigation the police took photographs of around 500 men living in and around the area where the including took place. Photographs of those people were taken whose description matched with what the child had give to the police. All photographs were then showed to the child who identified accused Vicky. IG Farooqui said the accused was a native of Sees Ki Nangla , Hathras junction , Aligarh district in Uttar Pradesh. During investigation the accused said his wife had died around a year and a half ago. He was making a living by selling brooms and mops in the city. On the day of the incident, he had gone for ablutions towards the ash dyke of the NFL plant around 5pm. There he found the child alone and targeted her. The police have also recovered a rubber hair band of the child from the place of the incident. Answering a media query, IG Farooqui said soon further proceedings in the case would be done. He also appreciated the police as this was a blind case in which the accused was not known to the victim, but she was stating since day one that she would identify him if he comes in front of her. The IG said anybody involved in such type of crime would not be spared at any cost and strict action would be intiated against him as per law. A question was also asked to the Deputy Commissioner as to why a mobile toilet was removed from there as if it had been there the girl would have used it. DC Diprava Lakra said mobile toilets were removed as people owning the adjoining the land where toilets were installed were opposing this and demanding that these should be shifted. He said he had given directions to insure that toilets were installed in the area soon.
 
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