MoD official accuses students, staffers of sodomising his son

The officer had admitted his son to the private hostel affiliated to the institution on August 27 last as the college accommodation was already full. Subsequently, the victim called and told his father that he could not stay in the hostel at any cost

Arnima Dwivedi

Arnima DwivediBy Arnima Dwivedi

Published on 17 Sep 2016 11:50 AM GMT

MoD official accuses students, staffers of sodomising his son
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New Delhi: In an execrable incident, a Defence Ministry officer has accused few students of a renowned Delhi college of sedating and sodomising his son who studies in the same institution.

The officer placed at Ministry of Defence (MoD) at Kashmir House in the national capital has registered an FIR against the hostel warden along with another staffer and four students. He has alleged that they used to torture and sexually assault his son after injecting sedatives into him at a private hostel referred by the college.

The officer had admitted his son to the private hostel affiliated to the institution on August 27 last as the college accommodation was already full. Subsequently, the victim called and told his father that he could not stay in the hostel at any cost.

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He was then brought back home and informed that one of his seniors and three classmates were involved in the heinous act against him.

Other highlights:

  • A piece of cloth was allegedly shoved into the victim’s private part.
  • The victim alleged that the miscreants even broke his mobile phone and confined him to the hostel premises.
  • The miscreants allegedly forced him to watch porn videos.
  • The victim is in a state of deep shock.

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Arnima Dwivedi

Arnima Dwivedi

A journalist, presently working as a sub-editor with newstrack.com. I love exploring new genres of humans and humanity.

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