Aurangabad: In a horrific and bone-chilling crime being reported from Aurangabad, a man raped a woman in front of her child after drugging both of them. He even tortured the victim’s son after committing the crime. The woman’s husband was in jail for three years and she was on her way to the court with some papers related to his case when the accused offered her a lift and gave her water spiked with drugs.

When the woman and her son regained consciousness, they found themselves in a dark room and soon after, the accused came and committed the brutal crime in front of the child. Moreover, he physically assaulted both of them and they sustained serious injuries.

This incident happened in the Gararkheda area in Aurangabad. Subsequently, an FIR was lodged at Jawahar Nagar Police Station and the cops arrested the accused. He has been identified as 25-year-old Charan Singh Sonawale, a resident of Sulibhanjan, Khulatabad. First class Magistrate KK Kurandale has ordered him to be kept in police custody till Monday.

According to information received from the police, the victim’s husband has been in Harsul Jail for three years in a case under the Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act, 1999 (MCOCA). The victim has a daughter and a boy. Shockingly, she knew the accused since childhood. It was also alleged that the accused ‘loved’ her. 

The victim had come to her father's home with both the children on Diwali. On November 12, she took her boy and went to her brother's home in Garkheda area. In the evening, when she was going to the district court to give a complaint letter of her husband, the accused offered her a lift near a private hospital on Dager Road. Then, he gave a bottle of water laced with drugs to the victim and her child. 

After committing the horrible crime, the accused took the victim and her child to a hospital near Chiur bungalow in critical condition. On November 14, the victim narrated her harrowing ordeal to her relatives. 

Investigation Officer Assistant Police Inspector Shradha Vayandhe swiftly arrested the accused. When he was produced before the court, assistant public prosecutor Sunil Jondhale said that the villagers had also complained against the accused. Further investigation of the vehicle and the scene of crime are underway.
1 Comments For This Post.
maaz farooqui Says:
This is a heinous crime. It Should be a Capital Punishment

Comment posted on November 19 2018
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