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Case registered against a father for abusing his minor daughter


Team Udayavani, Apr 25, 2018, 5:43 PM IST

Bengaluru: In a shocking incident, a woman has lodged a complaint that her minor daughter is being sexually abused by her husband.

The victim, 37 years old from Bihar is a software engineer.

The girl’s mother approached the court last week, claiming her six-year-old daughter was being abused by the father. A case was filed under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act.

The couple was married in 2006 and had two daughters. The two got divorced and the father got custody of the elder daughter. “The case was settled as we mutually agreed to stay away from each other. As directed by the Swedish court, my elder daughter lives with my husband,” she said. Both parents were given visitation rights  the father to meet the younger daughter and the mother to meet the elder once a week.

As per the mother’s complaint she states, “On April 17, 2016, I went to a mall in Koramangala to meet my daughter. She said her father was sexually abusing her on the pretext of bathing her. For some reason, I went to my hometown in Bihar and since then, my husband and daughter have remained incommunicado,”

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