Man In Uttar Pradesh’s Mathura Jailed For Life For Raping Stepdaughter


Man In Uttar Pradesh's Mathura Jailed For Life For Raping Stepdaughter

A particular courtroom in Mathura sentenced a person to life imprisonment for raping his stepdaughter

Mathura, Uttar Pradesh:

A particular courtroom in Uttar Pradesh’s Mathura sentenced a person to life imprisonment until final breath for kidnapping and raping his stepdaughter, saying he deserved no leniency as he was the custodian of the woman, a minor when the incident occurred eight years in the past.

The Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act courtroom decide Amar Singh additionally imposed a cumulative high-quality of Rs 2 lakh on the convict.

“The learned Additional Special Judge POCSO Act, court no 2, Amar Singh also ordered the government would pay Rs 2 lakh to the victim girl in case the convict fails to deposit the fine,” Additional District Government Counsel (ADGC) Subhash Chandra Chaturvedi mentioned.

Sharing the small print in regards to the incident, Mr Chaturvedi mentioned that on February 2, 2013 the person kidnapped the woman, who was 15 then, and raped her when her mom had gone to a relative”s place.

Upon her return, the mom filed a criticism towards him, additionally alleging he stole a motorcycle, Rs 1.05 lakh money and jewelry.

An FIR was registered underneath Indian Penal Code sections 363 (kidnapping), 366 (kidnapping, abducting or inducing girl to compel her for marriage) and 376 (rape) on the lady’s criticism.

Four years after the loss of life of her first husband, the lady had married the now-convicted man, a resident of Aligarh, anticipating him to help the household, the ADGC mentioned. After the wedding, they began residing collectively in Mathura district.

The protection counsel requested the courtroom to take a lenient view of the matter as his shopper is poor and a first-time offender, the ADGC said.

The decide rejected the plea, saying because the accused was the daddy and the custodian of the woman, what he did was a heinous crime that merited an exemplary punishment.

The convict additionally deserved a extreme punishment because the woman was lower than 16 years of age when he subjected her to the crime, he mentioned.

The decide then awarded the convict 10 years rigorous punishment and Rs 50,000 high-quality underneath part 366 of the IPC, and life imprisonment (until his final breath) and Rs 1.50 lakh high-quality underneath part 376, the ADGC mentioned.

In case the convict fails to deposit the high-quality, the federal government would pay Rs 2 lakh to the sufferer as compensation, cancelling bail of the convict, the decide ordered.

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by India07 workers and is printed from a syndicated feed.)


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