Minor, living in a child care home, complains of sexual abuse

 A 14-year-old girl living in a child care home at LB Nagar complained about sexual abuse by the organiser of the home. She told police that he woke her up at 3 am everyday and took her to his room an

Published: 03rd July 2017 03:06 AM  |   Last Updated: 03rd July 2017 11:13 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

HYDERABAD: A 14-year-old girl living in a child care home at LB Nagar complained about sexual abuse by the organiser of the home. She told police that he woke her up at 3 am everyday and took her to his room and harassed her sexually.

According to LB Nagar police, J Madhav Rao(45) runs Adarana child care home in LB Nagar. The girl, who is in class VIII in a government school at Saroornagar, had lost her mother three years ago after which her father abandoned her. A few days back, she applied for a transfer certificate and complained to her teachers about sexual abuse by her home organiser. They informed the same to Rangareddy district child protection unit officials, who lodged a complaint.

Preliminary probe revealed that Madhav used to take her to his room everyday to sexually abuse her. LB Nagar inspector P Kasi Reddy said a case has been registered against absconding Madhav under POCSO Act and a team is searching for him. The girl has been shifted to another home at Nimboliadda after medical examination, he said.

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