Man in Bikaner accuses eight teachers of a private school of raping his minor daughter

A man in Bikaner has alleged that his minor daughter was raped by eight teachers of a private school who also made a video of the act.

PTI March 25, 2017 14:43:34 IST
Man in Bikaner accuses eight teachers of a private school of raping his minor daughter

Bikaner: A man in Bikaner has alleged that his minor daughter was raped by eight teachers of a private school who also made a video of the act.

Man in Bikaner accuses eight teachers of a private school of raping his minor daughter

Representational image. AFP

The alleged incident occurred in April 2015 and the FIR was registered today after the girl's father gave a complaint to the Superintendent of Police, police said.

"The FIR lodged under Section 376-D (gangrape) of the IPC and relevant sections of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act," Nokha police station SHO Darjaram said.

Earlier, one of the teachers had filed a case against four persons including two cousins of the girl on 20 March for thrashing him.

Both the matters are being investigated, the SHO added.

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