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Minor girl ‘raped’ in Noakhali

WT24 Desk

Police have arrested a man in the city for repeatedly ‘raping’ his teenage domestic help whereby she has become five months pregnant, Agencies report.

The arrestee is SM Salauddin, 68, son of late Sheikh Fazar Ali of Allama Iqbal Road under Fatulla Model Police Station.

Sub-inspector Fazlul Haque of the police station said the girl, aged around 13, had been working at Salauddin’s house for the last three years.

Salauddin first raped her seven months ago and later violated her on several occasions.

On information by locals, police went to the flat, rescued the victim, who hails from Kurigram, and arrested the employer, said Inspector (Investigation) of the police station Hasanuzzaman.

Meanwhile, a seven-year-old girl has allegedly been raped by a young man in Sadar upazila.

Victim’s mother said the girl, a Class-I student of a local madrasa, was playing with other children on their courtyard in Kaliatara Bazar area on Monday afternoon.

Rubel, 22, son of Abu Taher of nearby Sholyaghatia village, tactfully took the girl to his house around 5pm and raped her.

As the house remained closed for long time, her playmates informed it to her parents.

Rubel fled the house through the back door after locals knocked at the front door.

Later, they rescued the girl who was bleeding profusely and took her to Noakhali General Hospital around 6pm.

Meanwhile, Additional Superintendent of Police (Sadar circle) Mahmud Hassan visited the victim at the hospital.

He said they were trying to arrest the alleged rapist.

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