60-year-old found guilty of outraging modesty of minor
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A sixty-year-old man was on Friday held guilty by the District and Session court for outraging the modesty of an eight-year-old girl. The accused, Malkiat Singh, was sentenced to one year of imprisonment and a fine of Rs 5,000 by the court.
The incident took place on January 27, last year. The victim is the daughter of a Home Guard with the Chandigarh Police.
The girl's father got a case registered under charges of attempt to rape and outraging the modesty of his daughter in Police Station, Industrial Area.
However, during the case proceeding, the statements of the victim signified that her modesty was outraged and the convict did not attempt rape on her. So, he was held guilty on charges of outraging the modesty of a girl.
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