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Arunachal Shocker: 70-yr old woman allegedly raped by son-in-law

First Published: 15th November, 2022 19:19 IST

Arunachal Shocker: Victim alleges police is not probing the matter properly. DNA samples of accused yet to be collected?

In a shocking incident, a 70 year old woman alleged that she had been repeatedly raped by her 45-year-old son-in-law Kamku Jamoh. The old woman is a resident of Pakke Kesang district of Arunachal Pradesh.

Addressing the media, the victim narrated how her son-in-law used to molest and rape her in the absence of their family. The woman alleged that Jamoh first committed the heinous crime on August 2021.

The accused Jamoh was posted as the District Planning Officer of Pakke Kesang. Later he was posted at Seppa East kameng where he again assaulted and raped her.

The victim has also alleged that the police is not investigating the matter properly. The DNA samples of the accused have not been taken yet by the police despite the FIR being lodged on October 21.

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