Hindu girl gang raped by Muslim man after he failed to forcibly convert and marry her

In a possible matter of love jihad, it has been reported that a Dalit girl has accused a Muslim youth of forcibly trying to convert and marry her. When she resisted the same, the youth and a few of his associates reportedly kidnapped her, after which they gang-raped her for a week. As per the girl, the accused even recorded a lewd video of her.

This incident has been brought to light from the Meerut region of Uttar Pradesh.

The reports have claimed that, the accused named Bittu who is the son of Iqbal, used to regularly harass her. On 18th of December, at about 3 PM, Bittu allegedly took the victim with him after threatening her. After noticing the disappearance, the girl’s family members promptly filed a disappearance complaint with the Mewana police, but the latter allegedly failed to carry out a proper investigation. The girl was finally located roaming on the Meerut-Mawana road in a dazed state on the 25th. Soon her family members rushed to the spot and brought her back home.

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After being rescued, the girl alleged that, Bittu, his brother Shabaz, his uncle Mehtab and a few others, kidnapped and took her to a room in the jungle. There they allegedly gang-raped her and even recorded a video of her. On 25th they threw her on the road and fled from the scene.

The victim, in this matter has also pointed fingers at the police, who have been accused of not taking proper action, and got a few blank documents signed. She has also alleged that authorities at the Mawana police station even talked about marrying her to Bittu.

As a result of this incident, Hindu groups reached the office of the assistant superintendent of police (ASP), to demand strict action in the matter. The ASP as a result directed that an investigation be launched.


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