Self-styled godman for rape of minor captured by Chattisgarh police from Odisha

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Umerkote: A self-styled godman from Odisha was arrested on Monday by the Chhattisgarh police for purportedly molesting a minor girl. 

Self-styled godman for rape of minor captured by Chattisgarh police from Odisha

The accused has been recognized as 28-year-old Buduram Andkari, a resident of Jhotiapara town in Odisha’s Nabarangpur locale. As indicated by reports, Buduram Andkari used to attract many followers from the territory of Chhattisgarh. He professed to have the presence of lord Hanuman in his body and individuals visited him to seek blessings and treatment.

On September 19, a couple from Chhattisgarh moved toward the accused with their minor little girl for treatment. They later left after seeking treatment, the report said.

A couple of days after the fact, Buduram Andkari appeared very close to home and requested to meet the girl once more. On the pretext of healing her, the man allegedly locked her inside a room and sexually assaulted her, the news report said.

The girl opened up to her after the godman left the house. They filed a case with the Bishrampur police of Chhattisgarh and a group driven by overseer Ravi Shankar arrived at Nabarangpur and caught the accused.

Buderim Andkari was shipped off to prison after his bail application was dismissed by the court. He was reserved under the POCSO Act.

Recently, four individuals were captured in Odisha for purportedly assaulting a 28-year-elderly person in the Balasore region. The lady and her better half, inhabitants of the adjoining Mayurbhanj area, were getting back from Balasore rail route station when they were attacked by the posse and attacked. While the lady was hauled to a field close by and physically went after, the man was attacked and looted by the posse, reports said.


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