New Delhi: An unlawful incident has happened in Outer South Delhi where a 5-year-old minor girl was allegedly raped by a 55-year-old Security Guard on Monday. This incident was registered in a park at New Friend’s Colony and the accused was identified as Mukhtar Sheikh who works as a security guard in the Taimoor Nagar area. Sheikh lured the child on the pretext of giving her candy and took her to his guard room which is nearby. There he raped the girl and threatened her not to reveal about the incident to anybody. The girl’s family has been living in the area since 10 years. Police said her parents noticed a change in her behaviour. She was frightened and narrated her ordeal to her parents.
A 5-year-old Girl Sexually Assaulted And raped by a 55-year-old Security Guard in South Delhi
According to the reports, The Girl’s family told the police that she was raped after she went out to play with her friends. A friend had called her out and told her parents that she would be back in an hour. Her mother told the police that she usually kept a watch on her daughter whenever she went out to play. However, on Monday she got busy and could not go to the park for an hour. Meanwhile, the Security Guard lured her into his house by offering her chocolate.
When the Girl’s mother realized that it was late and her daughter had not returned home, she went to the park but found it empty. She even checked her daughter’s friend’s house but could not locate her. When the woman returned home, she found her daughter lying on the bed crying. She then noticed that the girl’s clothes were bloodstained. Later the girl told that Security Guard has raped her and later dropped her at her house.
Later the Security Guard was thrashed by neighbours and then arrested by local police. A case was registered under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act (POCSO) was booked at the New Friends Colony police station. Sheikh, Security Guard was produced at a city court and sent to the judicial custody.
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