Indore police booked 6 people for sexual exploitation of minor girls
Indore police booked 6 people for sexual exploitation of minor girls

Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Police has registered three FIRs in Indore against six people, including the 68-year-old owner of a Bhopal newspaper while investigating a case of alleged sexual exploitation of minors. Palasia police station in-charge Vinod Dixit has told that against the POCSO Act against Bhopal newspaper owner Pyare Mian alias Abba (68) and five of his associates under section 376 (rape) and other related sections. Three different FIRs have been registered.

Police have told that these cases filed on Tuesday are related to allegations of sexual exploitation of three teenagers at different times in Indore by swindling them. Dixit has told that, in the case of sexual exploitation of minor girls, separate FIRs were first registered in Bhopal. Now three cases have been sent to the Indore police for investigation at the local level. Therefore, FIRs have been formally registered in Indore.

The station in-charge has told that in the coming days a team of Indore Police will record the statements of the victim girls. Along with this, Pyare Mian, who is imprisoned in a jail in Jabalpur under judicial custody, will be brought to Indore on the basis of the warrant and he will be questioned regarding the charges.

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