Madrasa teacher raped and impregnated his minor daughter, gets 3 times life sentence
Madrasa teacher raped and impregnated his minor daughter, gets 3 times life sentence

Kochi: A Kerala court has sentenced a man to three life terms for the rest of his life for repeatedly raping his minor daughter and impregnating her. The convicted father continued to rape his child even after she became pregnant. Manjeri Fast Track Special Court Judge Rajesh K convicted the man for rape, aggravated sexual assault as well as intimidation of the victim under the IPC and the Protection of Children from Sexual Offenses (POCSO) Act.

The Special Public Prosecutor (SPP) has submitted that the convict has been sentenced to three terms of life imprisonment for the offenses under the POCSO Act and the Court has ordered that the remainder of his life shall be in prison. Along with this, the court has also imposed a fine of Rs 6.6 lakh on the convict. Giving information about the case, the SPP said that the first incident of rape took place in March 2021 when there was no one in the house. The government lawyer said that the incident was during the corona epidemic of the 15-year-old girl, in online classes and she was studying. Her father dragged her to his bedroom and raped her. No one was at home at that time. The public prosecutor said that when the victim protested, he threatened to kill her mother.

As per reports, the convict was a teacher in a madrassa. He raped his daughter several times till October 2021. When no one was at home. When offline classes resumed in November 2021, the victim started going to school during that time there was some pain in the stomach, for which she was taken to the doctor, but nothing was known. When she again complained of pain in January 2022, she was taken to a government medical college. Where it was found that she was pregnant. When the girl came to know about this, she reported the black deeds of her father. After this, the police were informed. A case was registered and the father was arrested.

The victim was aborted and her father's DNA samples were collected. The lawyer said the DNA test proved that the girl's father was a criminal. He said that the DNA evidence along with the statements of the victim and her mother were crucial in convicting the accused. A senior officer at the Vazhikkadavu police station, where the case was registered, said that the trial was speedy to ensure that the accused did not come out in the interim and influence the victim or witnesses. The investigating officer of this case was Abdul Bashir.

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