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Assam: Girl drugged and raped inside ruins of ancient temple premises, accused Kutubuddin Ahmed arrested

The caretakers said that they have recorded the crime on phone.

In a shocking incident, a young girl was raped in a temple in Dhekiajuli in Assam. The incident took place in the premises of the Vishwakarma Temple in Dhekuakuli’s Singori area on Wednesday. The accused Kutubuddin Ahmed has been caught by police.

According to reports, Kutubuddin brought the girl from Erabari in nearby Misamari in some pretext to the premises of the ancient temple. There he fed her some drug and then repeatedly raped her. But it was spotted by two men responsible for looking after the temple premises, who apprehended Kutubuddin and handed him over to police. The caretakers said that they also have recorded the crime on phone.

The girl was also handed over to the police, who has filed a complaint with the police regarding the incident. Based on the FIR, Kutubuddin Ahmen has been arrested by the police, and an investigation into the case has started.

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The Singori hill is the site of ruins of an ancient Vishwakarma Temple, which dates back to 11th-12th century. It is located inside the Singori Tea Estate in Sonitpur district in Assam.

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