Indian police official booked for rape in Rajasthan

Kota (Rajasthan, India), January 07 (KMS): A police official was booked for rape after a 43-year-old woman in Kota city of the Indian state of Rajasthan alleged that he had been repeatedly raping her for seven years on the pretext of marriage.

The accused Vijay Singh (55) is a sub-inspector and station house officer at women’s police station in Jhalawar.

Circle inspector at Vigyan Nagar, Mahesh Singh, who is also the investigating officer in the case, said that the woman approached the police station on Thursday night.

The woman alleged that she first came in contact with Vijay in 2014 and he has been raping her since then, promising to marry her.

To convince her, the woman said, he solemnised their marriage at a temple by exchanging garlands and applied ‘sindoor’ on her forehead, but later refused to live with her.

Reportedly, Vijay is already married. KMS—20M

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