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Teenage boy apprehended for allegedly abducting, raping 3-year-old girl in Haryana

Updated on: 17 August,2022 01:38 PM IST  |  Nuh (Haryana)
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Police said, the victim is in critical condition and was being treated in a hospital.

Teenage boy apprehended for allegedly abducting, raping 3-year-old girl in Haryana

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A three-year-old girl was allegedly abducted and raped by a teenage boy, police said on Wednesday. According to police, the father of the minor girl in his complaint said that on Tuesday morning while his wife was on her way to a field, their minor daughter followed her.


The woman, unaware that the girl was walking behind her in the distance, did not notice the 14-year-old boy abducting her daughter.

"After sometime when I was heading to the field I heard my daughter crying. She was in very bad condition and I took her to hospital, the father said.


The boy fled from the spot and police was informed about the incident, he said in his complaint.

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Senior Superintendent of Police (Nuh) Varun Singla said, "We formed a special team in the matter and apprehended the boy within five hours after the incident took place.

Police said the victim is in critical condition and was being treated in a hospital.

Police said an FIR was lodged and the 14-year-old boy will be produced before the Juvenile Justice Board on Wednesday.

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