Gujarat Cops Trace Rape Accused After 17 Years

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Gujarat Cops Trace Rape Accused After 17 Years

| Updated: February 25, 2023 18:40

A rape accused and the survivor was found living together for 17 years and even had a son from their relationship. The accused, Ranjitsinh Solanki, was allowed to go by the police after the woman gave a statement that she was neither kidnapped nor raped by him.

Solanki was arrested by police by Panchmahal police’s local crime branch in Surat’s Pandesara area recently after police got specific information about his whereabouts. They took them to Kalol police station, where an offence of rape, kidnapping, and adultery was registered against Solanki following a complaint lodged in 2006 by the woman’s husband.

During the investigation, the Kalol police questioned the couple, and they stated that they had a son together and the man had also brought up two children of the woman from her husband.

Kalol police sub-inspector JD Taral said that the crime was registered after the woman’s husband moved to court. “Solanki’s parents were also named as accused in the case and were arrested. They were subsequently acquitted,” he said.

Taral stated that the woman had eloped with Solanki and her two children – a son and a daughter. “Solanki took the responsibility of her children from her husband too and got her daughter married,” said sub-inspector Taral.

Taral added that the woman told the police and the court about the details of their relationship. “This made it evident that there was no case of rape and abduction,” said sub-inspector Taral.

Police said they will now do the necessary paperwork to remove the IPC sections of kidnap and rape, but Solanki will have to face trial for adultery.

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