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Two paedos allegedly raped and beheaded a three-year-old girl who was kidnapped while sleeping beside her mum at a railway station in India.
Government railway police said the toddler was decapitated with a sharp weapon after she started crying while being sexually assaulted.
CCTV footage of the toddler being abducted from the Tatanagar railway station in India
She had been sleeping with her mum at the station
The girl was taken from the station, and sexually assaulted, before being beheaded
While the girl’s torso has been recovered, and is currently undergoing a post-mortem, her head is still missing, say police.
After sharing CCTV footage of the girl’s abduction, cops arrested Rinku Sahu, 36, and Kailash Kumar, 38, for abduction, rape and murder, reports Times of India.
The little girl had been sleeping beside her mum at the Tatanagar railway station in Jharkhand last Thursday when she was carried away, unbeknown to her mother.
The child was taken to a fabrication yard a few miles from the station and gang-raped, before being beheaded.
HEAD NOT FOUND
Early the next morning, the decapitated body was placed in a bag and dumped near a wall.
Government railway police deputy superintendent Noor Mustafa Ansari said her torso has been recovered from shrubs near a water treatment plant, reports the Hindustan Times.
He said: “We arrested Sahu on Tuesday night following a tip-off after we shared CCTV footage of the abduction with the media and on social media.
“He led us to the place where he had dumped the body.”
The girl’s mum, 26, tried to identify the remains, but was unable to do so as she repeatedly fainted.
Although a sniffer dog squad has been used to try and find her head, “so far this has been to no avail”, said Ansari.
The Hindustan Times reports that police had a difficult time keeping an angry mob at bay when they returned to the murder scene.
Ansari told the paper that Sahu said he had not beheaded the girl, although he allegedly said that he had killed her when she started sobbing.
The cop said that Sahu had previously been found guilty of abducting a seven-year-old child in April, 2015.
Ansari added: "A local court convicted and sentenced him to a two-year-jail term in March 2018. He came out of jail a few weeks ago."
CCTV footage of the men was widely shared on local media, and via social media
One of the captured suspects, Rinku Sahu, who had previously been convicted of abducting a child
- TS, NDTV
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Mangaluru, Jul 22:
The police have busted a prostitution racket in the heart of the city and arrested one person in this regard.
Addressing a press meet at his office here on Friday July 22, police commissioner Chandra Sekhar said that the arrested person is
Shabari alias Vikram (26), a resident of Kadugodi, Bengaluru.
Based on credible information that flesh trade was going on at room number 103 in the first floor of Surya Lodge near Hampankatta bus stand in the city, a police team led by ASI Poornima raided the spot and arrested Vikram. One girl was also rescued.
The police commissioner said that at least 15 or 16 other girls may have become victims of the flesh trade.
During interrogation, Vikram revealed that besides being a cook by profession, he used to post information about girls on a website called 'Locanto' and attract customers by asking them to contact him on mobile number 888078075. This way, he ran the prostitution business in Bengaluru and Mangaluru. A case in this regard has been registered in women's police station.
"The website is located outside the country and is used for online classifieds. It functions in various countries, and it has become a means to carry out illegal activities like prostitution and may be also human trafficking. We have taken legal opinions and are looking into ways by which illegal activities through this website could be stopped.
"It was very difficult to trace the culprits in this case, as they kept changing their location and time. It was extremely difficult to nab the accused physically as he kept shifting from place to place," he said, adding that similar cases against the accused have also been lodged in Bengaluru, Pune and Kerala.
The police commissioner further said that Vikram was into catering business from several years, and has been running the prostitution racket in Mangaluru, Bengaluru and other cities for about two years. He would attend weddings that hired him for catering and lure girls, and eventually push them into flesh trade.
"Another accused identified as Manjunath alias Manju from Tumakuru is his accomplice and both of them advertised their mobile numbers on Locanto website's 'private classifieds'. Probe is also being conducted into Locanto Classifieds with the help of cyber crime experts," he said.
Hunt is on for two women and Manjunath who are involved in this case, the commissioner added.
Answering queries from reporters on various other cases, Chandra Sekhar said that in the RTI activist Vinayak Baliga case, preparations are on to submit a supplementary chargesheet against the prime accused Naresh Shenoy and other accused in the case. "We are in the process of gathering more information and collecting evidences," he said.
He also said that in a couple of days, the police would come up with a list of 143 most wanted persons in the city limits, including those involved in cases dating back to 10 years.
Regarding Goonda Act, he said in 2015, the Act was invoked against three persons, and the legal advisory board of the high court upheld their detention. They were Chandu alias Chandra Shetty, Safan Hussain of Suratkal, Bharat alias Bharatesh from Panambur.
In 2016, Goonda Act was invoked against 9, out of which the legal advisory board of the high court upheld the detention of five, namely, Altaf Ullal, Mohammed Iqbal of Kavoor, Rahul of Ullal, Mohammed Shareef of Todar, Moodbidri, and Kiran alias Bombay Kiran. The detention of other four, namely Shailesh from Bajalekere, Kodikere Vishwa, Kavoor Mustafa and Haneef Adyapady is still pending before the board, the commissioner said.
"Gambling and drug peddling also come under Goonda Act. We are preparing documents and building proper records to ensure that the advisory board upholds the detention of those accused of these crimes," he added.
On this occasion, inspector Kalavati and two other PSIs were rewarded with Rs 2,000 each and commendation certificates for their assistance in busting the prostitution racket. Other personnel who were part of the operation would be rewarded with Rs 1,500 each and commendation certificates.
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