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Tuesday December 25, 2012 06:49:58 PM, IANS

Hyderabad: Cyberabad police have arrested a youth from Nepal for raping a five-year-old girl, the daughter of his neighbour and fellow Nepali, at Madhapur, the information technology district.

The 21-year-old accused was arrested after the father of the victim lodged a complaint with Madhapur police station under Cyberabad police commissionerate.

Both the accused and the victim are from Nepal and working here. Dhanu Shree, a cook in a restaurant, sexually assaulted the daughter of his neighbour Padam Bahadur, who was working as a security guard at Raheja IT Park.

Though the incident took place on Dec 22 in Pathrika Nagar, it came to light on Monday. The police Tuesday announced the arrest of the accused. He was produced before a court, which sent him to judicial custody.

The accused was arrested from Secunderabad police station late Monday night when he was trying to escape from the city.

According to police, the girl was playing near her house on the evening of Dec 22 when the accused took her to a nearby place and raped her.

When her parents returned home, they found her crying. After they lodged a complaint, police sent the girl to Gandhi Hospital for medical examination and launched a manhunt for the accused.

 

 


 





 

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