A 25-year-old lady, who was allegedly raped repeatedly by her uncle, a site visitors police constable, over the previous two years, tried to kill herself by leaping into the Ganga River, the police stated in the present day.
She was saved by divers and police personnel on Sunday night, Deputy Commissioner of Police (East) Pramod Kumar stated.
A case has been registered within the matter on the idea of the lady’s grievance however no arrests have been made to date, the police stated.
The lady, a resident of Mirzapur district, alleged that her uncle who’s a site visitors head constable, had known as her household to Allahabad in January 2019 to attend Kumbh Mela.
During her keep in Allahabad, her uncle took her to a resort the place he gave her a chilly drink laced with sedatives and when she grew to become unconscious, he raped her and made a video to blackmail her, the lady stated in her grievance.
She claimed that her uncle raped her a number of occasions in Allahabad and Kanpur over the previous two years.
When he realized that the lady was pregnant, he allegedly gave her a tablet to abort the being pregnant, the Deputy Commissioner of Police stated.
On Sunday, the accused and his son took her to a room within the Chakeri space in Kanpur the place they made one other video of her to additional blackmail her. When she resisted, they began to beat her up and threatened her with dire penalties, Mr Kumar stated.
After escaping, the lady made a name to the police helpline quantity and jumped into the river, however was saved by PRV personnel, the official stated.
A case below related sections of the IPC has been registered towards the site visitors police constable and his son however the two haven’t been arrested but, Mr Kumar stated.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (Traffic) BBGTS Murthy stated the constable can be positioned below suspension after recording the lady’s assertion earlier than the Justice of the Peace. A medical examination of the lady would even be performed to substantiate the fees, he added.
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