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Child molester arrested

KOKRAJHAR: A tuition master has been arrested for allegedly molestating of minor girl in Kokrajhar town on Sunday evening.

According to family, a 9-year-old girl went for tuition class at the nearby house under the Ward no.2 along with her classmates in the morning around at 8 am.

The tuition classes ended at 10 am and other students were allowed to go their houses by 10 itself. But the victim girl was kept inside tuition hall till 12 pm. Later, the girl was recovered from the tuition master's house.

Family members alleged that the girl was molested by tuition master.

An FIR was lodged with police against the incident.

Police arrested the accused tuition master on Sunday evening and sent for jail on Monday.

He was identified as Subaah Singha (52), an servicemen.


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