Muzaffarpur: In a shocking incident, a mother of four children was allegedly raped by her neighbour in Bihar's Muzaffarpur district. On hearing the noise, the family members chased the culprit and caught him. Subsequently, it was reported to the police. On seeing the police, the accused fled from the spot and hid in his house. Then the police laid a siege and arrested the culprit from his house. At present, the woman is undergoing treatment at SKMCH. The case is from a village in Maniyari police station area. The victim had come to attend a wedding ceremony at her maternal home.
Meanwhile, on Sunday midnight, a 24-year-old man living in the neighborhood somehow entered the house. After that, he tied the woman's hands and feet with a rope. He then strangled her and raped her. After committing the crime, he fled from the spot. Meanwhile, the woman somehow opened the rope tied to the leg and came out of the room and started shouting. Nearby people and family members chased and caught the culprit. Thereafter, the people informed the 112 patrolling team of the police. When the police reached the spot, the criminal fled and hid in his house. Then the police arrested the young man from his house.
The victim woman said that after eating dinner and putting the children to sleep, we went to sleep. All the doors of the house were closed, but there was a little hole under the door, in which there was a brick. After removing it, Praveen entered the house. He tied my hands and legs and strangled me and raped me. After the rape, he opened the door and ran away. I am also somehow got out by opening the rope of the foot and told the whole thing to the family members. SSP Rakesh Kumar said that a case has come to light under Maniyari police station late on Sunday night. A woman and her family had called 112. The police arrived immediately. A person was detained there. The family alleged that the young man entered the house and raped the woman. An FIR has been registered and the accused has been sent to jail. The woman's medical and 164 statements have been recorded in the court.