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Shivpuri: Love, rape and kidnapping… Girl held hostage for a year, then sold for 12 lakhs

Nita Yadav

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The girl was held hostage and raped in Shivpuri

A sensational case has come to light from Shivpuri in Madhya Pradesh. Here a case has come up against a young man and his friends for raping a girl for a year and then selling her. Under Badarwas police station, a youth along with his friends lured a girl into a love trap and then kidnapped her on the pretext of marriage. After this, he sold her after raping her for a year. The police have registered a case against three people in this matter.

According to the information, the 28-year-old victim, a resident of Shivpuri, was working in the Mangal Masala factory for about 10 years. The factory was on Guna Bypass Road where the victim used to go to work with her mother. There he was introduced to a young man named Manoj who was working as a packing worker in a factory. The two started talking, one day Manoj Rajak expressed his love for her and talked about getting married. After this, about a year ago, Manoj kidnapped the victim on the pretext of marriage and brought her to Bhopal.

Raped the victim several times

Even in Bhopal when he did not marry the victim, the victim asked Manoj to marry her. Regarding this, Manoj Rajak scolded the victim and said that he will marry her when the conference of his society is held. After this, Manoj kept the victim with him in Bhopal for two-three months and then brought her to Badarwas. Manoj kept the victim in Ravi Gurjar’s house in Badarwas and then raped the victim several times there.

Sold for 12 lakhs after giving threats

After this, when the victim pressured Manoj for marriage, Manoj Rajak Ravi Gurjar and Balveer Gurjar held the victim hostage in the room on April 22 at 11 pm and threatened to kill her saying that now we have to do as we say, otherwise we will kill you. will throw The trio threatened the victim and took the crime to Balveer Gurjar’s village, Ganeshkheda Police Station, Mayana District. From there, the trio sold the victim to Amresh Gurjar, a resident of Jalalpore, Uttar Pradesh, for Rs 12 lakh, calling the victim Ravi Gurjar’s niece.

Police registered a case

On the victim’s complaint, the police registered a case against Manoj Rajak, Ravi Gurjar and Balveer Gurjar under sections of IPC and Harijan Act. The victim says she told the police that the accused took Rs 12 lakh from the man she was married to, Amresh Gurjar, but the police did not mention it in the FIR. The matter is currently being investigated.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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