Two arrested for raping minors
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Two persons were arrested for allegedly raping and sodomising two minors in two separate incidents on Thursday. In the first incident, a three-year-old girl was drugged and allegedly raped by the husband of a play school owner. The accused has been arrested.
"The incident took place last Monday in a play school in Sagarpur area. It was reported to police on Wednesday when victim's family came to know of it. A day after the incident, the girl fell ill and her family members admitted her to a hospital where doctors informed them that she has been raped," a police officer said. In the second incident, a 23-year-old boy was arrested for allegedly sodomising an eight-year-old boy in Vasant Kunj, South Delhi.
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