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10-Year-Old Tribal Girl Raped In Deserted School Building, Accused Missing

The incident happened under Indwar police station limits post 10 pm on Saturday

10-Year-Old Tribal Girl Raped In Deserted School Building, Accused Missing
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10-Year-Old Tribal Girl Raped In Deserted School Building, Accused Missing
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2021-02-16T07:33:52+05:30

In yet another shocking incident, a 10-year-old tribal girl was raped in a deserted school building in a village of Madhya Pradesh's Umaria district.

The incident happened under Indwar police station limits post 10 pm on Saturday, said Deputy Superintendent of Police Arvind Tiwari.

"A 28-year-old man abducted the girl from outside her home, took her to a deserted school building and raped her. She reached home at 5am on Sunday and told her family about the ordeal, after which a rape case was registered," he said.

The accused has been booked under POCSO Act and IPC provisions and efforts are on to nab him, he added.

With PTI inputs

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