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Punjab: Minor alleges rape, auto driver booked

LUDHIANA: An auto motive force and his accomplice were booked for the alleged rape of a 15-year-old woman in Amritsar after they took the sufferer to a lodge there. The woman had run away from her area to succeed in Delhi to marry her boyfriend however mistakenly took a train that took her to Amritsar.

The woman knowledgeable her parents concerning the incident. They then lodged an FIR against the accused auto motive force Sahib and his accomplices Baba at police station division quantity 4 on Sunday.

In her complaint to the police the woman mentioned that she was a college drop-out. She had met a Haryana-based boy named Sahil around 12 months in the past, who had come here to visit his kin, and befriended him. They determined to get married, for which Sahil requested her to succeed in Delhi on February three. Following the plan, she stole Rs 1,500 from her area and left for Delhi on February three and boarded a train from the Ludhiana railway station. However, she took a fallacious train and reached Ferozepur. There a person met her and gave her refuge for one night time in her area. The next day she boarded every other train from Ferozepur that took her to Amritsar.

She added that she met an auto motive force on the Amritsar railway station and inquired from him concerning the train to Delhi. The auto motive force, who introduced himself as Sahib Singh, informed her that she would get a train for Delhi simplest the following morning. When the woman informed him that she does not know anyone in Amritsar to spend a night, the car motive force took her to a lodge, the place he, along side his good friend Baba, dedicated the crime. The next day the accused made her board a bus to Ludhiana and threatened her to keep mum.

The investigating officer, ASI Shamsher Singh, mentioned that the police have registered a case below Sections 376 (rape), 34 (act finished through a number of individuals in furtherance of common intension) of the IPC and Section 4 of the Protection Of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act against the accused.

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