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Imran arrested for rape and murder of visually impaired 7-year-old, accused repeat offender let off on bail after raping minor

Imran was a repeat offender and had been arrested in 2011 for raping a minor child. He had received bail after a year in jail and the police had suspected that he would commit a similar crime again. 

Ten days ago, the dead body of a 7-year-old girl was found in Narela Industrial Area, Delhi. Now, one Imran has been arrested for raping and murdering the child and dumping her body in Narela. The girl was visually-impaired.

Accused Imran has been identified as the minor girl’s neighbour. He was apprehended by the Police and examined after the girl’s body was recovered from an abandoned water sewage plant in Swarna Jayanti Vihar on 16th June 2019.

On June 15, Narela Industrial Area police station received information about the missing case of a minor. A case was registered under the Indian Penal Code section 363, Punishment for kidnapping and the investigation was taken up immediately.

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During the search mission, nearby vacant land plots, parks, water bodies, sewage and canals were checked by the police investigation team. Announcements were made from loudspeakers on e-rickshaws and at the local mosque, crutches in the vicinity were checked thoroughly and Child helpline was informed about the missing case immediately, reported ANI.

The police have said that during the investigation, Imran emerged as the prime suspect and he confessed to his crime after sustained interrogation and was then arrested by the Delhi Police.

According to the ANI report, the child used to call Imran ‘mama’ and the families were very close. The report also says that the child’s father was having an illicit relationship with Imran’s wife and was caught red-handed earlier.

Imran was a repeat offender and had been arrested in 2011 for raping a minor child. He had received bail after a year in jail and the police had suspected that he would commit a similar crime again.

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