Doctor allegedly rapes his female patient, impregnates her

New Delhi, Aug 9 (Bhaskar News) : A 17-year-old girl in Telangana was allegedly raped by her doctor after she had gone to him for treatment.
The doctor allegedly "impregnated" her while he was treating her in the neighbouring Ranga Reddy district of Telangana.
The incident seems to have occurred around four months ago when the girl, who was suffered stomach pain went to the hospital of one Narendra, a doctor in Parigi town of Ranga Reddy, the police said.
According to reports, he advised her parents that she should be admitted to the hospital at night, DSP (Chevella Sub-Division) said.
"The girl was given some tablets. However, after gaining consciousness she realized that Narendra had raped her," the DSP was reported as saying.
Allegedly, Narendra threatened the girl and her parents not to reveal the matter to anybody.
The girl was married off in June to another person.
However, after she complained of stomach ache, the very next day, doctors told her that she was pregnant, the police officer said.
Later, her parents lodged a complaint with the Parigi police who booked a case of rape under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code and relevant provisions of the POCSO Act.
The police are trying to nab the accused, Narendra, who is absconding. 

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