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A 13-year-old girl has become pregnant after allegedly being repeatedly raped by two brothers for the past six months at Sector 50 in Gurugram. Police have registered a First Information Report (FIR) against the duo and efforts are on to bring them to justice.

The shocking incident came to the fore on Tuesday when the 8 th standard student of a Government school was rushed to the hospital with her mother after the victim vomited continuously and had abdominal pain. The doctor then said she was six months pregnant.

According to police, the victim is originally from Bihar and lives with his family in a rented house at Sector-50.

The girl told the police that she used to go to a shop near her house and a young man working there asked her to befriend him. But the girl refused. The accused threatened her that he will kill her brother if she refuses to be friends with him. The girl later struck up a friendship with the accused. The girl used to attend tuitions at a house which was some distance from her home. The accused also used to live in the same house, the victim told the police.

"One day while she was going to tuition, the accused took her to his room and raped her. After that whenever he got a chance, he used to rape her. A few days later, the accused introduced his cousin and pressurised her to befriend him too. The accused then went to his village. However before leaving for his village he introduced his cousin who too threatened her of dire consequences and later raped her on several occasions," Subhash Boken the spokesperson of Gurugram Police said.

"On Sunday, her mother brought the girl to the hospital due to severe abdominal pain. There the doctor informed the family about her six-month-old pregnancy. Later the incident was reported to the police," Boken said.

"A case under Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act (POCSO) has been registered against the accused and hunts are on to nab the culprits and they will be arrested soon," Inspector Shahid Ahmed, SHO sector-50 police station, said.
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