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UP Court rejects bail plea of accused ‘Osama’ for raping and sexually assaulting 14 year old girl

Lawstreet Journal 28 Sep 2021 5:59pm

Image courtesy: Lawstreet Journal Judiciary UP Court rejects bail plea of accused ‘Osama’ for raping and sexually assaulting 14 year old girl

Uttar Pradesh Court, Bulandshahar rejects bail plea of Man named “Osama”, accused of raping and sexually assaulting a 14 year old girl.

Court finds that prima facie, Osama has raped the minor girl.

Court rejects contention that it was a conspiracy against Osama & family.

Special Judge (POCSO), Bulandshahar was hearing Osama’s bail plea in which he argued that the case was falsely made up to harass him.  

An FIR was registered by girl's father stating that Osama and his family members were known to his family and Osama took his daughter to a hotel room deceptively, where he made her drink a cold drink after which she fainted and he committed rape on her.

Later on, when the girl woke up and threatened to scream, Osama dropped her near a Masjid saying that if she tells anyone about the crime, he will murder her family.

However, the girl told her family members about the rape, and her father got the FIR registered.

In her statement under Section 161, Cr.PC victim girl has stated the same.

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Tagged: Sexual Harassment   Rape  
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