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Andhra Pradesh: Teacher stripped, paraded for allegedly raping girl


What comes across as yet another case of mob vigilantism, a school teacher in Andhra Pradesh was beaten up, stripped and paraded naked through the streets after her people learned that he had allegedly raped one of his students about two years ago.

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Passers-by in Eluru town of West Godavari district captured a video of the incident of mob lynching that portrayed the 40-year-old man being made to walk through traffic on a busy road.

The teacher identified as Rambabu teaches English at a school in the vicinity. For the past two years, he had been allegedly sexually harassing a girl student.

The student, now 18 years of age, was recently impregnated by him, following which he gave her abortion pills. When the girl started bleeding profusely, her family found out about the rape and pregnancy.

The teacher was then caught, thrashed, stripped and paraded naked on the streets while taking him to the police station. The video also captured two men holding the teacher by his arms on his way to the police station amidst the traffic.

Upon arriving at the police station, the man was given a shirt and a towel to cover himself. The police then inquired about the authenticity of the allegations made against him after he got back to his senses from being thrashed ruthlessly.

He confessed to his crime after which the police registered a case and Rambabu was put behind bars.

On the same day, the director general of police (DGP) RP Thakur launched the Andhra Pradesh Police Training Manual on the investigation in human trafficking cases, prepared by an NGO called Prajwala, along with the AP police, at the Police Headquarters in Mangalagiri.

“There is a huge need to incorporate measures to tackle human trafficking in the police training curriculum. The AP police have been fighting the organised crime of human trafficking and still have many miles to go,” said the DGP.

“In this regard, a team of 40 police personnel had been given training on anti-human trafficking measures and they would have the anti-human trafficking manual in hand, for reference,” he said.

“This manual will be used to train the police officers, thereby equipping them with the necessary skills to deal with this type of crime. Human trafficking is different from other crimes and it needs special investigative skills and techniques to identify the gangs involved in human trafficking,” said Thakur. The inspector general of police (IGP-Training) N Sanjay said that the new manual would be incorporated in the syllabuses in all the police training centres (PTC) by September 2018.

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