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Both sentenced to seven years of hard labor for abusing a minor

Both sentenced to seven years of hard labor for abusing a minor

Two men were sentenced Friday to seven years in prison for sexually abusing a minor girl.

Two accused Akash Gajanan Rathod and Amit Gopal Chavan, both residents of Khadka, Tal. Today he was found guilty of sexually abusing a minor girl. Existing special district judge VD Charge sheets were filed against the defendants in Pimpalkar court. Six witnesses were questioned by the ruling party in this case.

The court convicted the defendant on the basis of eyewitness testimony. Fine of five thousand for five years of forced labor under section 354, three months of simple imprisonment for failure to pay the fine, fine of five thousand for three years of forced labor for conviction under section 354A, three months of simple imprisonment for five months for non-payment of fine, five thousand fine for three years of forced labor under section 354D Three months of simple imprisonment for non-payment of fine, 10 years fine for seven years of forced labor in 452 clauses, six months of simple imprisonment for non-payment of the fine, five thousand fine for two years of forced labor in clause 506, three months of simple imprisonment for non-payment of the fine, as well as section 7-8 of the Poxo Condenado Law, was sentenced to five years of hard labor 10,000 fine, six months of simple prison for non-payment of fine, three years of hard labor fine according to section 11-12 of the Poxo Law and three months of simple prison if not pay.

All punishments will be meted out to the defendants together. If the full amount of the fine is recovered from each of the 45,000 defendants, half must be paid to the victim and half to the government, according to the order. Kiran Khot, deputy prosecutor, represented the government.

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