Girl Complaints Against Parents for Pushing Her into Flesh Trade

According to police, Singh came to the girl\'s house thenext day and tried to rape her but she managed to escape.

Published: 25th August 2015 12:51 AM  |   Last Updated: 25th August 2015 12:51 AM   |  A+A-


FARIDABAD:  A minor girl has filed a police complaint against her parents alleging that they were pushing her into flesh trade at Mohna village of Ballabgarh town here.

The incident came to light yesterday when the class 4 student lodged a complaint alleging that her parents asked her to 'please' her father's employer Prem Singh, after she saw her mother in a compromising position with him a month ago.

Finding that the girl has seen them, her mother threatened her not to tell anyone otherwise she would be killed, police said, adding, Singh also gave the girl Rs 500 and asked her not to tell anyone about what she had seen.

According to police, Singh came to the girl's house the next day and tried to rape her but she managed to escape.

When the girl told her parents about the incident, they asked her to follow what Singh says, police said, adding, she then told her elder brother about it who then helped her to file a complaint.

A case has been registered against all three of them under various sections of the IPC and POCSO Act. Provisions of SC/ST Act were also invoked in the case, Sub-Inspector Vishnu Dayal said, adding, the matter is being investigated.

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