Case against Nepalese man for raping minor daughters

THE HANS INDIA |   Aug 25,2018 , 04:19 AM IST

Case against Nepalese man for raping minor daughters

Hyderabad: A woman filed a case against her husband at the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (RGIA) police station  in Shamshabad alleging that he has been raping their two minor daughters for the last one year. After registering the case, the police started the probe. According to police, Raj Bahadur alias Ram Singh (60), a Nepalese, is working as a security guard in an apartment in Ahmad Nagar. Singh’s wife Manisha, who got to know recently that he has been raping their two minor daughters for the last one year, immediately approached the police. 

According to police this is not the first time Raj Bahadur sexually assaulted his biological daughters. He committed similar act when the family was residing in Kondapur. Shocked wife fought with Raj Bahadur and sent both daughters to Nepal. The couple had another five minor daughters, who were younger than the two assaulted daughters, and a boy. 


However, the accused convinced his wife that he was a changed man and would take good care of daughters and family. Believing his words, wife brought the two daughters back and the entire family shifted to a new home in Ahmad Nagar. The accused again started torturing the family and threatened all the seven daughters and a boy including his wife of dire consequences if they disclosed it to others. The terrified daughters with her mother lodged complaint at the police station.



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