Madrasa Teacher Booked For Alleged Rape Of Student, Forcing Abortion In UP

The police officer said, "Subsequently when the woman went to the house of the youth, she was given death threat and asked to leave the place."

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UP Madrasa Teacher Rape Case: In the Sheeshgarh area of Bareilly district of Uttar Pradesh, a madrasa teacher was booked on rape charges on Sunday.

According to the complaint filed by the survivor, she has been coming to the madrasa for four years and the accused man used to study with her. Later, the accused become a teacher at the madrasa. As per the police, the survivor and the teacher fell in love with each other. The survivor in her complaint alleged that the accused man was raping her on the pretext of marriage. She also alleged the madrasa teacher of forcing her to get an abortion, as per reports.

The police officer said, "Subsequently when the woman went to the house of the youth, she was given death threat and asked to leave the place." The police have reportedly filed a case against the accused madrasa teacher on Saturday.

Rape on the pretext of marriage:

Last year, the Delhi High Court had observed that having sexual intercourse on the false promise of marriage does not amount to rape if the complainant involves in physical intimacy over a long period of time. Justice Vibhu Bakhru said, “A promise of marriage cannot be held as an inducement for engaging in sex over a protracted and indefinite period of time." The ruling came after the hearing of a complaint filed by a woman who has been in a physical relationship with a man for months.

As per the data released by National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB), the maximum number of rape cases in Uttar Pradesh, about 57 per cent, were on the pretext of marriage. About 37 per cent of the accused persons in several rape cases reported in the state were known to the survivor. Only six per cent of perpetrators were unknown.

Similar Cases:

Earlier this year in September a shocking crime was reported in Maharashtra’s Navi Mumbai area where a man allegedly killed his girlfriend as he did not want to marry her. The police said that the accused person, Chandrakant Gaikkar worked at a hospital in Panvel allegedly injected his girlfriend with Ketamine on the pretext of curing her illness. The woman’s dead body was found in the area by Panvel police on May 29, 2021. The police sent the body for post-mortem to investigate the cause of her death. The body was later identified by the woman’s brother who claimed to the police that his sister was having an affair with Gaikkar.

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