Hyderabad woman rapes minor boy, burns his private part with cigarette; she is jailed for 20 years

Rape is the fourth most common crime in India. The level of rape cases in our nation rose alarmingly. It is learnt that most of the rape cases were committed by someone known to the victim.

The nation is still carrying an unwanted record which we people are aware of. With so many records to boast about India’s development, their failure to stop rape cases is haunting like hell.

In shocking news, a woman by the name of K Jyothi alias Manjula got a 20-year jail term for sexually assaulting a boy in Hyderabad under her care at Chandrayanagutta in Hyderabad.

Hyderabad woman rapes minor boy, burns his private part with cigarette; she is jailed for 20 years

The Fast Track Special Court for the trial of rape and POCSO have slapped a fine of Rs 10,000 on the accused. Manjula sexually attacked the boy (9 years old) while also hurting him by burning cigarettes and lighter on his private parts when the boy resisted her adding that he would narrate his ordeal to his parents.

The victimised boy confessed his terrible experience during the trial at the court. Moreover, the medical records including the materials taken from the place of the crime found her guilty of the offences. The culprit has been charged against her under sections the POCSO act and also sections 324 and 506 of the IPC

The woman had been plying her trade as a caretaker at a private school in Barcas under Chandrayanagutta police station in 2017, where the victim was also studying. It is to be noted that whenever a boy went to attend nature’s call, the woman used to touch him inappropriately and misbehaved with him.

When the boy told the woman that he would complain to her parents, she had then threatened him before injuring him with a burning cigar and a lighter. Later on, another day, when the boy came out to attend nature’s call, she then forced herself on him and sexually assaulted him. She was then detained by the cops and the case has been moved to the Special Court.