New Delhi: Rape accused apprehended after exchange of fire with cops

New Delhi, May 1 (IANS): A man accused of raping two minor girls has been apprehended here after a brief exchange of fire with the police in outer north Delhi, officials said on Saturday.

A police officer said Kamal Malhotra a.k.a. Cheenu along with his aide Raju had allegedly raped two sisters -- one 14, and another 6, on Friday. The elder sister is said to be mentally unsound, and cannot speak properly.

On Saturday, Cheenu was spotted at a park near Samaypur Badli metro station. When the police had asked him to surrender, he had opened fire.

"In retaliation, we also opened fire following which he suffered a bullet injury and was caught," the police said.

A country-made pistol and a live cartridge were recovered from him.

Raju is still on the run.



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  • Hussein, Moodbidri

    Sun, May 01 2022

    Difficult to stop rape, until supporters of rapists, understand the grave agony of victims. Nowhere in the world, we have heard of supporters of rapists and garlanding them on their release on bail. But, we have such criminal minded people.

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  • Karuna, Bengaluru

    Sun, May 01 2022

    Classic case of a imposter condemning a partner

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  • Dam, Mangalore

    Sun, May 01 2022

    Encounter them if they are real culprits...

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