19-year-old woman brutally strangled to death, executed in Rajanukunte, Bengaluru: Karnataka.
A 19-year-old college student was allegedly strangled to death in Rajanukunte on the outskirts of Bengaluru.
The incident took place on the night of January 17 near Shanubhogana village of Rajnukunte. According to the police, the accused Madhuchandra killed the victim.
The victim was returning home.
Let us tell you that when the girl was returning home from college, two bike-borne men attacked her.
According to the news agency, the victim was a BA first-year student and was returning home from college on January 17. The accused allegedly killed the girl by slitting her throat.
Police said that after registering a complaint in the matter, the police have started an investigation.
Kerala: Stepdaughter becomes pregnant after rape, court sentences convict to 40 years in prison.
Kerala StepDaughter Physical Assault: A Kerala court has sentenced a man to a total of 40 years in prison for raping his 15-year-old stepdaughter in 2017 and impregnating her.
However, as all the sentences will run concurrently, he will be released from jail after 10 years.
Idukki Fast Track Court Judge TG Varghese on Tuesday sentenced the 41-year-old man under various provisions of the Indian Penal Code and the Protection of Children from Sexual Offenses (POCSO) Act.
In all, 40 years of imprisonment have been given under different sections.
Convicted on scientific grounds.
Special Public Prosecutor (SPP) Shijo Mon Joseph said that the separate jail terms have to be served together. The convict will have to serve only 10 years of imprisonment.
The prosecutor said that the convict also forced the stepdaughter to have an abortion.
Also, during the trial, the victim and her mother turned hostile. The accused become convicted on the premise of medical and circumstantial evidence.
The victim will get 50 thousand rupees for rehabilitation.
The courtroom docket additionally imposed an excellent of Rs one lakh on the convict and directed the District Legal Services Authority to pay Rs 50,000 for the rehabilitation of the victim.
he prosecutor said that the crime took place before the amendment in the POCSO Act in the year 2017.
Therefore, the convict was sentenced to only 10 years for the offenses of raping his stepdaughter and aggravated sexual assault.
He said that after the amendment of the Act in 2019, there is a provision of minimum punishment of 20 years for these crimes.