Amroha: Arshad, who raped a Dalit girl by taking her to OYO hotel, arrested.
A case of rape of a Dalit girl has come to light in Amroha district of Uttar Pradesh. The name of the accused is Arshad. The police raided on Friday (10 November 2023) and arrested Arshad. Arshad was raping the victim for the last one year on the pretext of marriage. The victim’s family, while speaking to OpIndia, expressed satisfaction with the action being taken.
By Ananya Dewan
This case is of Didoli police station area of Amroha district. The victim living here lodged a complaint with the police on Thursday (9 November 2023). In the complaint, the victim identified herself as belonging to the Jatav caste. The victim is a BSC third semester student in a local college. According to the complaint, Yameen’s son Arshad lives in Zoya town Iqbal Nagar. He was having physical relations with the victim for the last one year. Arshad kept the victim silent by promising her marriage.
The incident of October 3, 2023 has been further mentioned in the complaint. According to the victim, on this day the accused Arshad took her to an OYO hotel located in Mubarakpur area. Here Arshad raped the girl. At the end of the complaint, the victim has demanded strict action from the police. OpIndia has the FIR copy. Police registered an FIR on the complaint of the victim and arrested Arshad on November 10.
Sir, on the basis of the complaint received at Didoli police station regarding the case, a case has been registered under relevant sections. The accused has been arrested and sent to jail
Action has been taken against Arshad under Section 376 of the IPC along with Section 3(2)(v) of the SC/ST Act. The matter is being investigated. OpIndia spoke to the family members of the victim in this matter. During our conversation with the girl’s family, they expressed satisfaction with the action being taken by the administration. However, he said that if needed in future, they will take the help of media.
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