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Adyar rape case: Accused gets 12 years imprisonment


Team Udayavani, Apr 27, 2021, 6:26 PM IST

Adyar: A POCSO Court here sentenced the accused, who had raped a college student in the outskirts of the town here in February 2019, to 12 years imprisonment along with a fine of Rs 1.10 lakhs.

Another accused who was found guilty of assisting the main accused was sentenced to 6 months rigorous imprisonment.

The victim was allegedly raped while she was spending time with her friend at a hill near Adyar in 2019.

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