A shocking incident of a mother arriving at the police station and filing a complaint accusing religious people of rape crime has happened in Karnataka. A sixteen year old girl's mother had arrived to the Mysore based Narasimha Raju police station and lodged a complaint where she had mentioned that three priests had sexually assaulted her daughter and that they raped her brutally.
The woman had filed the case against Sebastian, Joshuah and Bennet all belonging to Mangalore. It was reported that the priests had met the mother and when they saw her girl. He said that they will get her a job and also offered 1 lakh rupees to her mother for her house construction.
But only towards end of last year, it was found that the girl was not allowed to go outside and was also made to do household works besides getting raped. Police is currently conducting investigations to gather evidences against the evil priests.
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