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UP: Girl abducted, raped by brother-in-law, rescued from Meerut
Meerut: A Delhi girl who was allegedly abducted and raped by her brother-in-law was rescued by the police from Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, said the police on Monday.
The accused brother-in-law allegedly coaxed the 19-year-old victim and took her along with him. He allegedly kept her tied up for 16 days and raped her, the police said.
The police upon receiving the information about the missing girl, started probing the matter. Upon investigation, the location of the victim was traced from Meerut. The police reached there and rescued her.
However, the accused continues to be on run, and efforts are underway to nab him, the police said.
The FIR has been registered by the North East district police.
Further investigation is underway. (ANI)