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Five-year-old Lankan girl molested in TN

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A college student was arrested on Thursday for molesting a five-year-old girl at the Sri Lankan refugee camp in Chinnapallikuppam in Tamil Nadu.

S Britten (18) was arrested after the victim complained to her mother about pain in her private parts. Dayanidhi enquired her daughter further who revealed the incident which had occurred on 1 October. Both families are residents of the camp.

Britten, a private college student, was offering tuitions to children in the camp in evenings. According to a police official, “The victim went to the house of the accused for her tuitions. But it was cancelled as it was the last day of the pooja of ‘golu’ in his house. After the puja, the accused took the girl to a lonely place in his home and molested her.”

“The girl was taken to Ambur GH and referred to the Vellore GH. As the doctors were absent, the medical test was postponed to Saturday,” the police official said. The accused was arrested under various sections of the IPC and remanded in jail.

 A case was registered in Ambur All Women Police Station and enquiry is on.(Indian Express)

  Comments - 4

  • sj Saturday, 04 October 2014 10:14 AM

    she is just 5 not 50 what was he thinking How could he via DM Android App

    tony Saturday, 04 October 2014 05:33 AM


    KSA Saturday, 04 October 2014 05:45 AM

    Is this what society teaches our future generations? What is this world coming to?

    The God Father Saturday, 04 October 2014 07:43 AM

    Lets hope the Jurisdiction under Modi's Government will punish him as he will not be able to touch another girl for the rest of his life. Advise to parents pls ensure you keep an eye on your children all the time as they are too precious .

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