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Wednesday, April 21, 2021

    Pregnant woman from Assam kidnapped, forcibly wedded & raped in Rajasthan

    The incident came to the fore after the woman luckily slipped away from the grip of the accused persons and approached the cops

    GUWAHATI: A pregnant woman from Assam was allegedly raped and forcibly wedded by multiple men in Rajasthan.

    The incident came to the fore after the woman luckily slipped away from the grip of the accused persons and approached the cops.

    Kolhapur Police who were investigating the case said that the woman is reportedly six months pregnant.

    “She already has a three-year-old daughter. As per her, she was kidnapped from Assam a few weeks back and brought to Rajasthan where she was forced to marry a man. Her husband who is also an accused in the case pushed her to a flesh trade then. He had threatened her to kill her daughter,” Police sources said.

    On Sunday night, the Pregnant woman from Assam somehow managed to escape and went to the police station to lodge a complaint. She also alleged that a woman helped the accused in trapping her.

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