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18-Year-Old Dalit Woman Raped In UP Village

SHO of Tilhar Police Station Sanjay Kumar said the incident occurred when the young woman was taking her cattle for grazing.

18-Year-Old Dalit Woman Raped In UP Village
The woman narrated her ordeal to her family members after returning home following which the police registered a case | Representational image
18-Year-Old Dalit Woman Raped In UP Village
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2021-08-23T09:44:30+05:30

In a shocking incident, an 18-year-old Dalit woman was allegedly raped by a man in a village in Uttar Pradesh’s Shahjahanpur. According to police, the accused is a middle-aged man and hails from the same village as the victim, police said.

SHO of Tilhar Police Station Sanjay Kumar said the incident occurred when the young woman was taking her cattle for grazing.

The woman narrated her ordeal to her family members after returning home following which the police registered a case on Sunday and she was sent for a medical examination, they said.

With PTI inputs

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