In a shocking incident, a man who had come from Rajasthan to a relatives house in Nagpur, allegedly molested a 17-year-old girl for five days before leaving the city for Jaipur.
The 27-year-old accused, Shiva Ramesh Chandra Sharma, a resident of Jaipur in Rajasthan had come to the victim’s house in Nagpur on June 21.
The next night, when everybody at the house fell asleep, Sharma again molested the victim. He pressed her mouth as she tried to shout, threatening to blow her cover.
The following night, when the victim refused to sleep with Sharma and signalled her mother, the mother said that since Sharma is a relative, the girl should have no problem sleeping next to him.
As a result, the accused molested the victim for five days and finally left for Jaipur on June 26. Distraught by what had happened, the girl decided to communicate about the incident to her friends. She showed them the bite marks and bruises, which accused had inflicted on her. The girls friends informed her parents about the incident and after much thought, the parents took her to the Tehsil police station where a case was registered against Sharma.
Sharma is reportedly married and has two children. A team of Tehsil Police will soon to go Jaipur to take him into custody.
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