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In the case of escaping a 13-year-old minor girl two and a half years ago, the court of Additional Sessions Judge / Special Judge Poxo Sonbhadra while hearing on Thursday, found guilty and sentenced Rajesh Paswan to 20 years of imprisonment and a fine of 65 thousand rupees. In default of payment of fine, he shall undergo additional imprisonment of one year. At the same time, the entire amount of fine of Rs 65 thousand will be given to the victim.
According to the prosecution, a person resident of a village of Robertsganj Kotwali area had alleged in the police station that his 13-year-old minor daughter who is a class 8 student. On October 21, 2019, at 7 am, she had come to her school to take the examination at MVMG College, Robertsganj. Did not come home after 12 noon after the examination was over. When we went to the school and inquired, it was told that it was a holiday at 12 noon. After that, the daughter was searched at every possible place along with the grand relatives, then it was found that Rajesh Paswan’s son Amarnath Paswan resident Salaiah, police station Robertsganj had lured the daughter away by showing her greed. I am giving information, take necessary action. On this Tahrir, on 23 October 2019, the police started the investigation of the case by registering an FIR under the kidnapping and POCSO Act. On 27 October 2019, the police recovered the daughter. On getting sufficient evidence, the investigator had filed a charge sheet against Rajesh Paswan in the court. Hearing the case, the court, after hearing the arguments of the advocates of both the sides, after perusing the statements of the witnesses and perusal of the records, convicted Rajesh Paswan and sentenced the convict Rajesh Paswan to 20 years of imprisonment and a fine of 65 thousand rupees. In default of payment of fine, he shall undergo additional imprisonment of one year. The period spent in jail shall be included in the sentence. The entire amount of the same fine of Rs 65 thousand will be given to the victim. Public prosecutors Dinesh Agrahari, Satya Prakash Tripathi and Neeraj Kumar Singh argued for the prosecution.