Khalid posed as Hindu to trap minor girl, then raped and blackmailed her

In Bareli, Uttar Pradesh, another case of Love Jihad has been reported where a minor girl has been allegedly cheated, raped and blackmailed by a jihadi man pretending to be Hindu.

As per reports, in Bareli’s Baradari area, a 15-year-old girl has alleged yesterday that she was befriended by a man claiming to be a Hindu named Aman. The victim reportedly works in a local beauty parlour in Bareli. The victim, a 15-year-old Dalit girl, used to travel on an auto from her residence in Sundarnagar area.

The girl was befriended by a man claiming to be a Hindu named Aman. The man even went to temples with her to win her trust and used to tie a ‘Kalawa’ on his wrist. He eventually raped her and got the incident video recorded. Later, the girl came to know that ‘Aman’ is actually Khalid.

As per reports, when the victim tried to confront Khalid, he showed her the video recording and started blackmailing her. He has also been threatening to make the video clippings viral on social media. The victim eventually came to know that Khalid is planning to marry someone on August 4. Upon hearing this, the girl approached the police with her mother and has appealed for Khalid’s arrest so he doesn’t get to harass another girl.

OpIndia has got in touch with Baradari police station when an official has confirmed that an FIR has been registered against Khalid. He is yet to be arrested. The victim is a minor so charges under POCSO act have also been filed. Khalid has been reportedly charged under sections 376,363, and 323, relevant sections of the POCSO and SC/ST (PoA) Acts.

There have been numerous cases of such ‘Love Jihad’ where Hindu girls, often from a vulnerable age group, have been trapped into relationships by jihadis faking a Hindu identity, only to be raped or blackmailed later.

Source : OpIndia

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