Man arrested for raping grand-daughter in Maharashtra


A 50-year-old man from Badlapur township captured by police for apparently raping his granddaughter.
The 18-year-old survivor, who lived with her parents at Jaipur in Rajasthan, had come to Badlapur a month ago to remain with her grandparents for quite a while, Badlapur (East) police headquarters’ senior inspector D P Rajbhoj said on Thursday.
On July 1, when her grandma went out for some work, the denounced locked the young lady inside the house.
He at that point professedly pushed her to the ground and raped her, he said.
The girl’s grandparents are construction workers who continue moving starting with one place then onto the next for work, he said.
The evening of July 3, the damaged young lady gotten away from her grandparents’ home.
In an offered to go to her parents’ home in Rajasthan, she boarded a local train from Badlapur and afterward came to Bandra railroad station.
The Railway Protection Force (RPF) faculty on duty at Bandra station recognized her and upon enquiry, she enlightened them regarding her experience, Rajbhoj said.

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The RPF personnel at that point took her to the Thane police.
On July 4, the Badlapur police in Thane enrolled an offense against the charged under IPC sections 376, (for discipline of assault), 323 (for intentionally causing hurt) and 506 (criminal intimidation), he said.
The offense of assault under IPC section 376 attracts in a most extreme punishment of life term.
The charged was captured yesterday morning. He was produced in a Thane court which remanded him in police authority till July 7, the officer said.
The girl has been sent to a rehabilitation centre in Bhiwandi.
The police yesterday connected with her parents and informed them about the occurrence, he said.