Delhi playschool owner's husband held sexually abusing 5-year-old girl
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A five-year-old girl was sexually abused in a playschool in Sagarpur, Southwest Delhi, allegedly by the husband of the owner of the playschool.
The husband (48) was arrested on March 15, after the girl's parents went to the police.
"The girl, a nursery student, told her parents that on March 15 she had gone to the toilet in the school and the accused saw her going in. He waited till she came out. He molested her and made her indulge in obscene acts," a senior police officer said.
When she returned home, the girl told her parents, who approached the school administration. Police said the school denied the allegations, after which the parents approached police.
"We approached an NGO for counselling the girl and, based on her statement, the accused was booked for of molestation and under Prevention of Children from Sexual Offences Act," the police officer said.
In another incident, the 34-year-old manager of a childcare home at Samaypur Badli, Outer Delhi, was arrested on the charge of sexually abusing a minor girl and subjecting her to child labour.
"The NGO, which had sent the girl to the care centre, conducted a surprise visit and found that the child was living at the residence of the centre's manager," a senior police officer said.
The NGO representatives took custody of the girl and informed police. "After the medical examination, the child was sent to another care home. On Monday, she was produced before the Child Welfare Committee. She alleged that the manager had kept her in his house for the past one year and had also raped her," the officer said. The CWC ordered police to register a case against the manager.
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