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Tamil Nadu school helper rapes 4-year-old LKG student in van, arrested

The man has been booked under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act.

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A dreadful incident has come from Tamil Nadu’s Chennai, where a 35-year-old man was arrested for raping a four-year-old girl in a school van on Saturday. The accused, identified as Sathyaraj, worked as a helper in a school van when he raped a minor.

The man has been booked under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act and a rape case was also lodged and remanded in judicial custody.

According to the officials, the girl didn’t tell her parents about the incident but complained of stomach ache and refused to go to the school van. Her parents then took her to a doctor who informed them that she had been sexually assaulted.

Based on the reports, the victim’s parents lodged a complaint against the man and also informed the school headmistress. The girl studies in LKG in a private school. When the teachers spoke to the girl about the incident, they found out that the helper had sexually assaulted her on September 20.

A few days ago, the school bus driver is accused of sexually assaulting a 3-and-a-half-year-old nursery school student in the presence of a female assistant who also attempted to cover up the incident. Both defendants are currently in custody. The student’s mother noticed marks on her daughter’s body and inquired about the occurrence.

After the survivor notified her mother about the occurrence, the family went to the school administration, who reportedly refuted the claims. The driver was then detained under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offenses (POCSO) Act, and a rape case was also filed as a result of the police’s notification. As the helper attempted to cover up the crime, she was also detained.

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WATCH: Man tries to approach PM Modi at rally in Karnataka’s Davangere, detained

Reports said the man in question was hiding inside the premises of GMIT college and was detained by SPG.

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PM Modi security breach

A man tried to approach PM Narendra Modi by jumping the barricade during an election road show in Karnataka’s Davangere on Saturday.

The video of the incident was caught on camera. The man hails from the Koppal district and is being interrogated by the police. Reports said senior police officer Alok Kumar ran towards him and stopped him from intruding into the convoy.

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Reports further said the man in question was hiding inside the premises of GMIT college and the Special Protection Group detained the person and handed him over to the police.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today carried out a mega roadshow in Karnataka’s Davangere ahead of the Assembly Polls. Modi also inaugurated the Whitefield to Krishnarajapura metro line along with Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai in Bengaluru.

This is the second time when the Prime Minister’s security got compromised during a rally in the poll-bound state. A similar incident took place in January when PM Modi was rallying in Karnataka’s Hubballi. A boy had jumped on the road and was whisked away by the SPG.

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After Rahul Gandhi’s press conference, BJP leader Ravi Shankar Prasad, Arjun Ram Meghwal attack Congress leader

After Rahul Gandhi’s press conference, various leaders from the BJP’s top brass came forward to slam the Congress leader. BJP MP Ravi Shankar Prasad addressed a press conference and accused Gandhi of making false statements and dissuading from the subject.

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Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Saturday spoke to the media for the first time after his expulsion from the lower house. Gandhi in the press conference said that his job is to defend the democracy in the country and further added that he will continue to raise questions about the PM-Adani relationship.

The former Congress MP also added that he won’t be scared of PM Modi as he is fighting for democracy.

The press conference by Rahul Gandhi comes after his expulsion from the lower house. The Congress leader lost his Lok Sabha membership after a court in Gujarat convicted him for 2 years in a defamation case over his statement about Modi’s surname on March 22.

As per the reports, the Court granted the Congress leader bail with a bail bond of Rs 10,000 and suspended the 2-year jail term.

After Rahul Gandhi’s press conference, various leaders from the BJP’s top brass came forward to slam the Congress leader. BJP MP Ravi Shankar Prasad addressed a press conference and accused Gandhi of making false statements and dissuading from the subject.

He also highlighted that the Congress leader was convicted for his speech delivered in 2019. Prasad further highlighted that the Congress leader himself said that he speaks thoughtfully and further implied whatever Gandhi said and was convicted of in 2019, it was spoken thoughtfully.

Union Minister Arjun Ram Meghwal also chimed in and slammed Rahul Gandhi. The Union Minister spoke to the media and said that Rahul Gandhi is able to speak because there is democracy in this country.

He further said that Gandhi is the one speaking the most against PM Modi and countered his claims where Gandhi said that his voice is being strangled.

In the backdrop of the showdown between BJP and Rahul Gandhi, Congress party workers took to the streets in West Bengal to demonstrate against the disqualification of Rahul Gandhi from the lower house.

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Rahul Gandhi press conference: Former Congress MP attacks PM Modi, says his disqualification is distraction from Adani row

A Surat court on March 22 announced its verdict on the complaint filed against Gandhi over his speech during a rally where he said why all thieves’ surnames are Modi.

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Rahul Gandhi, during the press conference, said his job is to defend the democratic nature of the country and he will continue to raise questions regarding Gautam Adani’s relationship with Narendra Modi.


Former Lok Sabha member questioned PM Narendra Modi and Gautam Adani’s relationship during the press conference today. He further said his disqualification from the Parliament is a distraction from the Adani row.


Rahul Gandhi slams Narendra Modi over Gautam Adani issue. He also said PM Modi can’t scare him as he is fighting for India’s democracy.


Former Congress MP Rahul Gandhi will address the media for the first time after his disqualification from the Parliament yesterday. The press conference is to begin at 1 pm.

Gandhi on Friday lost his Lok Sabha membership after he was sentenced to 2 years in jail in connection with a defamation case over Modi’s surname remark. A Surat court on March 22 announced its verdict on the complaint filed against Gandhi over his speech during a rally where he said why all thieves’ surnames are Modi.

The Court also granted him bail with a bail bond of Rs 10,000 and suspended the 2 years in jail term for 30 days.

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