12-year-old Dalit raped in Sitapur district
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A minor Dalit girl was raped and subsequently murdered in Sitapur district's Sadarpur area on Tuesday evening.
Her half-naked body was recovered from a secluded field. She was missing since Monday.
The Sadarpur Station Officer, M P Singh, said that the 12-year-old girl had taken her goats to the field, but did not return home.
Her father, a resident of Markhapur village, lodged a missing person report on Tuesday morning.
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