A 43-year-old Chennai woman died of burn injuries on Tuesday, two weeks after she unsuccessfully tried to save her 22-year-old daughter when an alleged stalker set her on fire at her home. Her other daughter, who had also suffered burn injuries, is still in hospital but is now stable, The News Minute reported.
On November 13, the 22-year-old engineer had died after the accused, her classmate Aakash, burnt her alive after throwing petrol on her at her home in Chennai’s Adambakkam area. The man was arrested the next day. He had allegedly been stalking the woman for a month.
On the night of the incident, he went to her house around 8.45 pm and told her family he wanted to speak to her. When the family refused to let him see her, Aakash poured petrol on her.
As they tried to save her, the woman’s mother suffered with 49% burns, and her sister suffered 23% burns.
Aakash had claimed that he and the woman were in a relationship and they planned to marry. However, the woman’s family said that she had rejected his advances.
Mother of woman set ablaze by stalker succumbs to burns
CHENNAI, NOVEMBER 30, 2017Copyright The Hindu newspaper
Succumbs to burns sustained during incident
Renuka, mother of S. Induja, who sustained injuries while trying to save her daughter set ablaze by a stalker, succumbed to burns at a private hospital in Vanagaram on Tuesday.
Induja, the 21-year-old IT engineer, was doused with fuel and burnt alive at her home in Adambakkam by her former classmate after she reportedly rejected his proposal for marriage. Renuka and Indhuja’s sister, Nivedha, who rushed to her rescue, suffered severe burns.
Stalker sets techie ablaze in Chennai
Chennai: A 23-year-old stalker burned his former classmate to death in her Adambakkam apartment on Monday night after she refused to marry him, police said. Her mother and sister who tried to overpower the man suffered burns and are battling for life at Government Kilpauk Medical College and Hospital. Police later the arrested the accused, M Aakash of Kamarajapuram in Velachery, and a court sent him to jail.
Akash, who studied engineering with S Indhuja, 22, had been stalking her for over a month after she turned down his overtures. Aakash, who worked as a marketing executive , is now jobless, while Indhuja was a trainee at an IT firm on OMR.
On Monday, Aakash went to her house in Saraswathy Nagar at 8.45pm. Indhuja and her family were initially reluctant to open the door, but let him in after he claimed he only wanted to speak to her for a few minutes. Indhuja’s father Shanmugam is in Canada. “Indhuja told him she would only marry a groom chosen by her parents,” said a police officer. Aakash then took a can of petrol which he had kept outside and tried to pour it on her. “Scared, Indhuja then ran into her bedroom, when he lit a lighter and threw it on her,” the officer said.
Renuka and Nivedha, Indhuja’s mother and sister, sustained burns when they tried to put out the fire.
The scene of the murder, at a flat in Adambakkam, Chennai
Engineer Burnt Alive By Spurned Lover On The Doorstep Of Her Home In Chennai
Nov 14, 2017, 12:00 IST | copyright mid-day.com online correspondent
In a shocking incident, a woman was allegedly burnt alive by a classmate who had been stalking her for a month. The woman had rejected the man’s advances and the man set her on fire on the doorstep of her house as per reports by NDTV.com
The victim was an engineer by profession and the accused was a classmate in school. The victim’s mother and sister have also been injured in the incident, as they tried to save the victim and have been hospitalized with severe burns. The victim’s mother is said to have suffered 49 per cent burns and her is said to be in the ICU.
The accused had allegedly been harassing the victim for the past moth and as per the police the girl rebuffed his advances. As per sources, the incident occurred at 8.45pm on November 13th when the accused went to the victim’s house and demanded she speak to him, but her family refused to let him into the house. This is when, the police say, the accused threw petrol on the victim and used a lighter to set her on fire. On hearing the cries of the victim, her neighbours rushed to help the family and rushed them to the hospital.
More details are awaited.
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Chennai techie set on fire for spurning youth
21-year-old woman attacked at her home by former schoolmate. Her mother and sister received serious burns while trying to save her
Copyright Bangalore Mirror
According to police, Induja, who worked at an IT firm, was at her house in Adambakkam area with her mother Renuka and siblings Nivedita and Manoj when the 22-year-old accused, Akash, came around 9 pm and set her ablaze after a brief argument.
“Induja and Akash were close friends during their school days. While Akash dropped out, Induja went on to complete her graduation in engineering and landed a job in an IT firm in the city. Her parents were averse to Akash meeting her. Recently, when he proposed to her, she snubbed reportedly under parental pressure,” said a police officer.
Induja’s father reportedly works in Dubai. After coming to know that Induja’s parents have started looking for a groom for her, Akash decided to raise the issue again and came to her house located at Saraswathi Nagar 7th street on Monday night.
Akash reportedly proposed to her again and when Induja refused to marry him, he poured the turpentine oil he was carrying with him on her. Then he set her ablaze with a lighter. Renuka and Niveditha rushed to her rescue and suffered burns too.
Akash tried to flee, but was overpowered by the neighbours and handed over to the police. Induja was rushed to Kilpauk Medical College Hospital, where she succumbed to her injuries. Her mother and sister were admitted with serious burns.
Demanding strong punishment for the offender, PMK chief S Ramadoss said it was a “matter of concern that the government has not taken any steps to rein in violence against women, staged in the name of ‘oneside love’”. He recalled a host of similar incidents in Tamil Nadu, including the murder of a software engineer (Swathi) at a railway station last year.
Akash, the 22-year-old accused
Mumbai: Two Held For Kidnapping And Killing Boy From Powai
Nov 15, 2017, 16:53 IST | copyright mid-day.com online correspondent
Two persons have been arrested for allegedly kidnapping and killing a 10-year-old boy from suburban Powai, a senior police official said today. The accused, identified as Amar Singh (20) and Lallu Singh (20), had kidnapped the minor on Sunday evening to demand ransom from his parents, the official said. Amar Singh was known to the victim and his family, police said.
The boy’s father had registered a complaint at Powai police station after his son did not return home till late night on Sunday. “After kidnapping the child, Amar took him to Navghar area of Bhayandar and kept the boy at the house of his accomplice Lalu. The duo, however, got scared when the victim’s father called one of them and enquired about the
whereabouts of his son,” an officer said.
“Thereafter, they strangulated the minor and dumped his body near Bhayandar creek,” he said. According to police, the boy was last seen playing with Amar Singh before he went missing. “When Amar returned home on Monday, we interrogated him. He confessed to having committed the crime along with Lallu.
After that, they were arrested and the boy’s body was recovered from Bhayandar (east),” police said. The duo has been booked on the charges of kidnapping and murder, the official said. The accused were produced in a local court, which sent them to seven days police custody.
26-Year-Old Notorious Criminal From Uttar Pradesh Arrested In Nashik
Nov 15, 2017, 18:57 IST | PTI
A 26-year-old ‘notorious criminal’ from Uttar Pradesh, allegedly involved in cases of dacoities, murders and assaults, has been arrested by Nashik police from Sanjay Nagar locality on Ambad link road here, a top police official said on Wednesday. The accused, identified as Asgar Badlu Shaikh, a resident of Hakimgaon in Nanpara taluka in Bahraich district in Uttar Pradesh, was arrested yesterday from his rented room in Sanjay Nagar here, Nashik Police Commissioner Ravinder Kumar Singhal said.“Shaikh was involved in a murder of his wife and a temple priest, besides various cases of dacoities, murders and assaults in UP. He had absconded following the dacoity at a temple and the alleged murder of his own wife and a temple priest,” Singhal said. “He had been staying in a rented room in Sanjay Nagar here for the past seven months. Based on a tip-off about his whereabouts, police kept a close watch on Shaikh and arrested him early morning on Tuesday,” he said.
According to Singhal, Nashik police have informed the UP police about Shaikh’s arrest and a special team is reaching Nashik to take his custody
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Mumbai: Andheri school boy says he was joking about sexual abuse, child rights body doubts his claim
NOV 16, 2017, 11:20 IST
4 arrested for raping 17-yr-old girl for 9 days
copyright Times of India newspaper
Bengaluru: Four men, including a hotel lease holder, have been arrested for allegedly kidnapping and raping a 17-year-old girl, near Kadugodi railway station. KR Puram police said the accused locked up the minor in a room of a lodge and repeatedly raped her for nine days.
Manoranjan Das, 40, who has taken a five-year lease on the hotel, and his friends Raghavendra, Sagar and Manjunath alias Manju, all 25 years and residents of Kadugodi, are in judicial custody now. While Sagar and Manjunath work for private companies, Raghavendra runs a canteen.
According to the complaint filed by the girl’s father on October 30, she went to the vegetable market on October 26 morning and never came back. However, her cellphone number was active. “The tower location showed she was in the hotel. We raidedthe place on November 4, rescued the girl and detained the four men,” police said. Police booked them on gang rape charges (Section 376-D of the IPC).
Cops said the II PU student knew Raghavendra and he took her to the hotel on the pretext of attending a party. Das allegedly came to know that Raghavendra and his two friends were raping the girl and blackmailed them into allowing him also to sexually assault her.
Police confiscated the hotel and contacted its owner. “The hotel is owned by Prashant Rai, who stays in Mangaluru. Das had taken the hotel on lease for five years in 2015. After completing the legal formalities, we’ll hand over the keys to Rai,” police said.
Stalker stabs woman to death24-year-old B Janaki was killed allegedly by her colleague, who stabbed her in her house at Moosapet on Tuesday.
- thenewsminute.com Wednesday, January 10, 2018
In the second such incident in less than a month, a man in Hyderabad allegedly stabbed a woman to death for rejecting his advances.
24-year-old B Janaki, who was working as a sales woman in a supermarket, was killed when her colleague allegedly stabbed her in her house at Moosapet on Tuesday.
Speaking to mediapersons on Wednesday, the police said that the woman, who hailed from Andhra Pradesh’s Srikakulam district, was alone in the house when Anantappa alias Anand barged in, entered into an argument with her and then attacked her with a knife.
When Janaki’s roommate Rupa returned home, she found her unconscious in a pool of blood. She alerted the neighbours, who shifted Janaki to Vasundhara hospital nearby. For better treatment, they transported her to Omni hospital, where she succumbed to her injuries late on Tuesday.
Police said Anand, who was working with Janaki in the supermarket in KPHB, had been harassing her for more than six months. He had come to her house about 10 days ago and had threatened to kill her and kill himself, if she did not marry him.
A sobbing Rupa told mediapersons that Janaki was troubled by Anand’s behaviour and was considering going home. She also said that Janaki hailed from a poor family.
A special team was formed to nab him on Wednesday.
The body has been sent for a post-mortem at Gandhi Hospital.
In a similar incident on December 21, 22-year-old Sandhya Rani was publicly set on fire by her stalker, Sai Karthik, who was also a colleague. In her dying declaration, Sandhya told the police that Karthik had been harassing her for over a year, demanding that she get married to him.Ground Report
‘She planned to go home, instead only her body will’: Hyd woman killed by stalker24-year-old Janaki was killed when her colleague allegedly stabbed her in her house at Moosapet.
- thenewsminute.com Thursday, January 11, 2018
24-year-old B Janaki was supposed to leave to her hometown in Andhra Pradesh’s Srikakulam district on Wednesday evening to meet her parents.
She planned to finish her shift at DMart, a supermarket in Hyderabad, where she was working as a sales woman, take her salary and go home after shopping for her family.
Instead, her distraught parents were on their way to Hyderabad’s Gandhi Hospital on Wednesday, to see their daughter’s body.
Janaki was killed on Tuesday when her colleague allegedly stabbed her in her house at Moosapet.
The police said that Anantappa alias Anand barged in, entered into an argument with her and then attacked her with a knife. He had been stalking and harassing her for more than six months.
Janaki lived in a one-bedroom house in a packed lane, situated close to the IDL Access Road. She shared the room with Rupa, a close friend.
“Janaki and Rupa had shifted here around four years ago. They were from the same village, and they both were employed with DMart, which is situated right on the main road,” says Venkatesh, the owner of the flat where the deceased was staying.
“They never gave any trouble, and always paid the rent on time. They were quiet and kept to themselves. We would always see her washing clothes in the veranda outside her house, and hanging them over there,” Venkatesh adds, as he points to the adjacent plot.
24 hours since her brutal murder, though the house was locked, some of Janaki’s clothes were still hanging to dry on the clothesline.
“She planned to go home, instead only her body will,” remarks Abed, another local resident.
The two girls worked a shift from 8 am to 5 pm, and would walk home after work together.
On Tuesday, Rupa was delayed and Janaki reached home early. It was here that Anand barged in, before he allegedly stabbed her.
The police said that after committing the crime, Anand fled from the scene. Within the next half an hour, Rupa came home to find the door locked. She opened the door and found her friend’s bleeding body.
“What is even more unfortunate, is that the residents of the house adjacent to theirs, had gone to Tirupati for Sankranti. We stay on the top floor of the house and didn’t hear anything,” Venkatesh says.
Rupa then ran upstairs and informed Venkatesh’s wife. Janaki was then shifted to Vasundhara hospital nearby. For better treatment, they transported her to Omni hospital, where she succumbed to her injuries late on Tuesday.
(The crowded lane where Janaki stayed)
A sobbing Rupa told mediapersons later that Janaki was troubled by Anand’s behaviour and had recently told her about him.
She also said that Janaki hailed from a poor family with more than seven members. The family was also said to be planning her engagement back home.
The police also said that he had come to her house about 10 days ago and had threatened to kill her and kill himself, if she did not marry him.
The body was sent for a post-mortem at Gandhi Hospital, a special team was formed to nab him on Wednesday.
Anand was later nabbed, and case was registered under Section 302 (Murder) of the IPC.
In a similar incident on December 21, 22-year-old Sandhya Rani was publicly set on fire by her stalker, Sai Karthik, who was also a colleague. In her dying declaration, Sandhya told the police that Karthik had been harassing her for over a year, demanding that she get married to him.
Sandhya’s family was hoping to celebrate her brother’s birthday, when they were forced to witness their youngest die in pain instead.
On December 30, a deranged stalker stabbed a 24-year-old woman to death in Telangana on Saturday before committing suicide by consuming poison.
The accused, identified as V Srinivas Raju (26) and a relative of the victim, had been harassing Pravalika, a volunteer teacher in Nemalipeta village of Bhadradri Kothagudem district, for the past few months, insisting that she marry him.
Child’s family demands exemplary punishment for killerJanuary 10, 2018 3:07 pm
Parents, grandmother inconsolable; pall of gloom descends Sant Nagar
Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal
There is anger and resentment among family members of the 8-year-old boy who was strangled to death on Monday. On Tuesday, when the child’s body was handed over to them after post-mortem at Hamidia Hospital, the child’s father, mother and grandmother burst into tears and were inconsolable.
They said the accused must be hanged and warned they would punish the killer themselves if he were not hanged. A pall of gloom has descended Sant Hirdaram Nagar following the murder of Class-2 student of Christ Memorial School.
The people said the accused killed the innocent child brutally and must get the harshest punishment. Police arrested a 19-year-old man for allegedly abducting and killing the eight-year-old son of his woman neighbour with whom he was having illicit relations, police said Tuesday.
Police suspect that the accused, identified as Vishal Rupani, strangulated the boy to death after the relations between him and the woman turned sour over some reasons. Rupani was child’s home tutor and had illicit relation with his mother.
Parasram Mahawar’s son Bharat (8) did not return home from school on Monday. When his family members failed to search him, a missing complaint was lodged. His body was found wrapped in a sack later.
The boy was strangulated to death with a shoe lace. On the basis of suspicion of family members, Vishal Rupani (19) was detained. He was arrested last night. Vishal had threatened Bharat’s mother Savita three days ago.
Accused developed illicit relations with child’s mother
Vishal confessed that he developed illicit relations with Savita while he used to visit their house for teaching Bharat. When their relationship was discovered by their families, it led to estrangement between them.
In order to take revenge, Vishal brought Bharat from his school to his office on his motorcycle and strangulated him with his shoe lace. Later, he put his body in a sack and dumped it.
According to a police officer, the boy, a resident of Bairagarh locality, went missing while walking home from his school, located adjacent to Bairagarh. “His body was later found in a sack from the open land near Mubarakpur toll barrier booth on the outskirts of the city,” Bairagarh police station in-charge Sudhir Arjaria said.
He said the police arrested Rupani after the boy’s family members suspected that he could be behind the abduction. “We arrested Vishal Rupani on charges of abduction and murder of the eight-year-old boy,” the police officer said. He said Rupani, who is unmarried, developed illicit relations with the mother of the boy whom he was giving tuitions for the last six months.
“However, the relations between the duo turned sour recently over some differences,” Arjaria said. He said families of the woman and Rupani quarrelled recently after they came to know about the relations. He said Rupani has been booked under sections 302 (punishment for murder), 364 (kidnapping or abducting in order to murder) and 201 (causing disappearance of evidence of offence) of the IPC.
During interrogation, Vishal said that he had brought the kid to the shop in Krishna complex in the afternoon. He remained in for around 27 minutes. He strangled the kid with shoe laces and stuffed boy in a sack. Later, he disposed off the body at Parvalia.
The mother of the deceased has alleged that home tutor of the deceased who used to visit house for the past four months had threatened her to destroy her and her family after she had refused his sexual advances.
The parents have alleged that it was negligence of the school as they have allowed the deceased to accompany with an unknown person. The parents and family members have also alleged that timely action by police could have save their son’s life, but the police did not take the complaint seriously.
The auto rickshaw driver who picked and dropped the deceased failed to find him in the school and informed the parents and later when the family failed to trace the boy, a complaint was lodged with the Bairagarh police.
Accused should be hanged, says child’s grandmother
Deceased child Kartik’s grandmother Pushpa Bai said the accused should be hanged to death so that no other person may dare to commit such a heinous crime. She said the way Kartik was strangled to death has shocked not only her family but the people of Sant Nagar are deeply perturbed.
Meanwhile Sant Nagar’s social body Pujya Sindhi Panchayat has condemned the child’s murder and has demanded to give exemplary punishment to the murdere. Panchayat functionaries has said all the residents of Sant nagar.
HC upholds death penalty for Cyanide Mohancopyright Times of India newspaper 16th Nov 2017
Bengaluru: The high court on Wednesday upheld the death penalty imposed on serial killer ‘Cyanide’ Mohan for the murder of Sunanda, a resident of Sullia, in February 2008.
A division bench comprising Justice Ravi Malimath and Justice John Michael Cunha, while allowing the criminal reference case, noted there are aggravating circumstances to impose the maximum punishment (death penalty) on Mohan, who was reportedly involved in at least 20 such incidents where he killed women using cyanide.
This is the third criminal reference case relating to Mohan decided by the court. Sunanda, 28, was the second daughter of Rathnavathi (complainant) of Vaipala Mane, Peruvaje village, Sullia taluk of Dakshina Kannada district. She rolled beedies and was secretary of the Dharmasthala Self Help Group.
According to the complaint lodged by her mother, Sunanda was among many people taken to a political convention in Mangaluru on January 19, 2008 by local Congress leaders of Sullia. On her way back to Mangaluru, Mohan Kumar introduced himself as Shashidhara, a supervisor in the Central government and took her cellphone number. Mohan later called her and expressed his willingness to marry her. He asked her to come to Malla temple in Kasaragod. Believing him, Sunanda left home on February 11, 2008 with Mohan. She took Rs 25,000, taken as a loan from a rural development bank, and gold ornaments. She was found dead the next day at the Mysuru bus stand. Mohan took her gold jewellery and gave it to a finance company.
In separate cases pertaining to the murders of two women, the court had set aside the death penalty to Mohan. It sentenced him to life imprisonment for murdering Anitha and imposed five years for robbery in the murder case of Leelavathi.
On December 21, 2013, the district and sessions court in Mangaluru convicted Mohan and imposed the death penalty in all three murder cases which were then referred to the high court for confirmation. Mohan had separately filed criminal appeals, challenging his conviction in all thecases.
25 criminal reference cases decided
With this verdict, the division bench comprising Justice Rav Malimath and Justice John Michael Cunha has decided 25 criminal reference cases, more than half of them relating to Dandupalya gang members and 37 connected criminal appeals associated with them.
Under section 366 of the Criminal Procedure Code, a death sentence given by a sessions court has to be submitted through a criminal reference case before the high court for confirmation.
These are the four rapists
Police investigating if girl who was raped in Whitefield lodge knew the accused|copyright Bangalore Mirror
The faces of the four men who raped a 17-year-old I PU student at a Whitefield lodge over 10 days were made public by the police on Wednesday, a day after Bangalore Mirror broke the story. The four were identified as Raghavendra (27) of Udupi, Sagar
(22) of Davangere, Manju Raj (32) of Mysuru and Manoranjan Pandit
(52) of West Bengal. Pandit is the owner of the lodge – Classical Inn – where the girl was confined and raped over 10 days.
The KR Puram police are also investigating if the girl knew any of the accused. All four have been remanded in judicial custody after the girl was rescued from the lodge on November 4. She had gone missing on October 26 and a formal missing complaint was lodged with the police on October 30.
The police are also in the process of recording her statement before a magistrate under Section 164 of the CrPC (Criminal Procedure Code). Under 164 CrPC, the statement is recorded before a magistrate and this ensures that there is no change in stand while the case is being tried.
A team of women police personnel, along with the survivor, were taken to Room No 6 (where the girl was raped) of Classical Inn Lodge (near Whitefield railway station) to collect and record evidence. Meanwhile, the girl’s family is distraught and told BM that she has not been attending college after the ordeal that she went through.
“My daughter is at home and not going to college since the incident. We have not yet decided when she will start going to college. I do not want to talk about this incident anymore,” the girl’s father told BM.
The three main accused (Raghavendra, Sagar and Manju Raj) run a tea stall and a milk booth near the lodge. The girl has alleged in her statement to the police that two of them had come to pick her up from Whitefield railway station saying that one of her friends had sent them. They had taken her to the lodge and then repeatedly raped her, she alleged. When Pandit, the lodge owner, came to know of the abduction, he threatened to inform the police but was convinced not to do so by the trio. He also raped her in exchange for his silence, the girl alleged.
The four were arrested on November 4 and charged under Sections 376D (gang rape) 368 (wrongfully concealing or keeping in confinement, kidnapped or abducted person), 363 (kidnapping), and other sections of the IPC and Sections 4 and 6 of POCSO (Protection of Children against Sexual Offences) Act.
THE ACCUSED: Raghavendra (27) of Udupi, Manju Raj (32) of Mysuru, Manoranjan Pandit (52) of West Bengal and Sagar (22) of Davangere are already in Parappana Agrahara prison
BM broke the story on November 15, 2017
NIGHTMARE IN NAMMA CITY
Copyright Bangalore Mirror
17-Year-Old Kidnapped, Raped By 4 Men Over 10 Days In Whitefield Lodge
The girl has said in her complaint that a friend had invited her to a party and had sent two men to Whitefield railway station to fetch her; all four accused have been arrested
A17-year-old PU student, who had been missing since October 26, was rescued by the police on November 4 from a lodge in Whitefield. She was reportedly locked up in a room and raped multiple times over a period of 10 days by a group of four men, including the owner of the lodge.
The girl’s parents had registered a complaint with the police four days after she went missing. The KR Puram police, who had initially registered a case of kidnapping (IPC 363), had been on the lookout when they received information about a girl in distress at a lodge called Classical Inn in Whitefield. Eventually, she was rescued and the four men were arrested.
The four accused are Raghavendra (27) of Udupi, Manoranjan Pandit (52) of West Bengal, Sagar
(22) of Davanagere, and Manju Raj (32) of Mysuru. All four were staying nearby. Pandit is said to be the owner of the lodge.
In her statement, the girl told
The lodge where the girl was raped for over 10 days; even the lodge owner joined in, the girl has alleged
Abducted, raped over 10 days…
the police that she had been invited to a party after college by one of her clasamates. The friend had even called her around 5 pm on October 26 to confirm. She was to meet her near the Whitefield railway station to head for the party. But when she reached the station around 8 pm, she found two men, who introduced themselves as Raghavendra and Sagar, and claimed to be her classmate’s friends. They had been “sent by her” to bring her to the party venue, she told the police. Suspecting no foul play, she had accompanied them.
Now, the cops say they suspect that her classmate, with whom she was to go to the party, may be involved in the crime. An investigation officer told BM: “She was asked to wait in room number 6, saying her friend would join her. But that never happened. A little later, Sagar came and raped her, then Raghavendra, and afterwards another man named Raj. When the hotel owner came to know about it, the men urged him not to go to the police, inviting him to rape the girl in exchange for his silence.” The police were able to track the girl down through a tip-off. After she was rescued, she gave a detailed statement and underwent a medical test. The police started arresting the men from November 6 onwards. All of them were subjected to medical tests. They are now in judicial custody. The police registered a case under Sections 376D (gang rape) 368 (wrongfully concealing or keeping in confinement, kidnapped or abducted person), 363 (kidnapping), 343(wrongful confinement if any person for three days, or more), 504 (intentional insult with intent to provoke breach of the peace) 506 (criminal intimidation), of IPC along with Sections 4 and 6 of POCSO Act. Abdul Ahad, DCP (Whitefield division) confirmed accused were in judicial custody.
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