Manipuri minor girl rape by landlord's son, one arrested

The accused identified as Vicky has been arrested after an FIR was registered under Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act at Vasant Vihar Police Station, police said.

hidden February 08, 2014 17:13:32 IST
Manipuri minor girl rape by landlord's son, one arrested

New Delhi: A 14-year-old girl was allegedly raped by her landlord's son in South Delhi's Munirka area, police said today.

The accused identified as Vicky has been arrested after an FIR was registered under Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act at Vasant Vihar Police Station, police said.

Manipuri minor girl rape by landlords son one arrested

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"The incident took place last night when the victim stepped out to buy some household items in the locality. Vicky accosted her in front of a hospital in the area and took her to a nearby room and raped her," said a police official.

The girl has suffered injuries and was taken to Safdarjung Hospital where she underwent a medical examination.

She is now being treated for injuries, police said.

PTI

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