Armyman arrested for raping Delhi Police constable
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A 28-year-old Army personnel has been arrested on charges of raping and harassing a Delhi Police constable, who he had met during a train journey.
Anil Kumar Yadav, posted in Punjab, was arrested from the woman's house, where he had come to threaten her, police said.
In a statement to police, the woman said she met Yadav a year ago when she was on her way to Rohtak in the Janata Express train. She said Yadav offered her a seat and cared for her through the journey as she was unwell. They exchanged phone numbers and Yadav started to visit her.
The woman told police that Yadav promised to marry her and raped her several times.
"He forced me to have a physical relationship. He told me that he would marry me, so I did not make any official complaint," she said in her complaint.
She said she was not aware that Yadav was already married and was father to a child.
Later, the two married in a temple in Ghaziabad and also got it registered. Yadav took all her jewellery later, claiming "it was not safe to keep it in the house", the woman told police.
"He asked me to give him my jewellery worth Rs 3 lakh. I trusted him so I gave him all the jewellery. The next day he left home saying that he was going for work, and did not return," the woman said.
After the woman insisted, Yadav gave her a cheque of Rs 2 lakh in return of the jewellery. The woman claimed that the cheque bounced.
She alleged that Yadav would threaten against registering a complaint. "He used to abuse me. He told me that he will kill me if I go to police. He also told me that he would shoot me if I ever went to meet him. I found out that he already had a family," she said.
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