Gurugram man booked for raping live-in partner's foster child
Noida: Noida Police has booked a Gurgaon-based man for allegedly raping a 16-year-old foster daughter of his live-in partner, officials said Wednesday.
The minor girl, who hails from Assam, fled from Gurgaon last month and arrived in Noida, where she is currently lodged at a women's shelter home, they said. According to police, the minor girl was adopted by her neighbours after the demise of her parents. The couple had first moved to Nepal and then to Gurgaon, where they eventually got separated. The woman, along with the girl, then started staying with the accused, an official said. "It was there that the girl was sexually assaulted multiple times by the man. Last month, she fled Gurgaon with the help of a man who brought her to the shelter home in Noida," the official said.