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Odisha: Police Arrests Two Men For Raping Married Woman Two years Ago

The accused duo along with another man had allegedly raped the woman in March 2019.

Odisha: Police Arrests Two Men For Raping Married Woman Two years Ago
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Odisha: Police Arrests Two Men For Raping Married Woman Two years Ago
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2021-04-15T10:34:51+05:30

Police arrested two men who were on the run after they allegedly raped a married woman in Odisha’s Kendrapara district, two years ago, a police officer said on Wednesday.

The two accused persons were arrested on Tuesday near Bahakuda ferry ghat in the district. The accused duo along with another man had allegedly raped the woman in March 2019.

The arrested persons were remanded to judicial custody under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code, said Inspector of Jamboo Marine police station, Maheswar Sethy.

(With PTI inputs.)

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