Vitlapadnur: Man rapes his sister-in-law


Team Udayavani, Jan 3, 2021, 1:11 PM IST

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Vitla: A woman was allegedly raped by her sister’s husband at Kadambu Bedrakaadu village in Vitlapadnur.

The accused is Basheer, a resident of Kadambu Bedrakaadu.

Reportedly, the victim and her mother had visited her sister’s house when Basheer dragged her into a room and raped her. Before raping, the accused forced the victim’s mother out of the home.

Later, Basheer threatened the victim to maintain silence if not he would share the pictures. Furthermore, he even demanded that the victim should satisfy his urge whenever he asks.

A case has been registered at the local police station.

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