Telangana man rapes widow, wife shoots video; case registered against couple

According to police, the complainant, a widow, was known to the accused G Satyanarayana and his middle-aged wife Vasantha.

By: PTI | Hyderabad | Published:June 4, 2017 7:40 pm
Rohtak rape case, Rohtak rape, Rohtak rape victim, rape case, indian express news   As per the complaint lodged recently by the woman, she used to regularly visit Satyanarayana and Vasantha at their house in Khammam.

A 38-year-old woman was allegedly raped by a 60-year-old man while his wife filmed the act at their house in Khammam district of Telangana around three months ago, police said on Sunday. According to police, the complainant, a widow, was known to the accused G Satyanarayana and his middle-aged wife Vasantha. As per the complaint lodged recently by the woman, she used to regularly visit Satyanarayana and Vasantha at their house in Khammam.

“Around three months ago, she was offered beer and the trio consumed the same. Later, Satyanarayana sexually assaulted her in his house while his wife filmed the act on a mobile phone,” the official said quoting the complaint. According to Khanapur Haveli police station sub-inspector Nagendra Chary, the complainant runs a fancy store and was given Rs 80,000 loan by Satyanarayana as they were maintaining good relations.

“However, after sexually assaulting her three months ago, Satyanarayana has been threatening the victim with the video and asking her to repeatedly participate in sex, which she claims she had refused,” the sub-inspector said. A case was registered against Satyanarayana under section 376 (rape) and his wife under section 107 (abetment) of the IPC. They were also booked under relevant sections of IT Act, he said. Asked if the husband-wife duo were arrested or taken into custody, Chary said the investigation is on and police are verifying the allegations.

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    Shibu
    Jun 8, 2017 at 8:59 am
    Hey please explain what is 'woman', we just know what is 'cow'. Because we are glorious hindus with rich traditions and heritage. Of course not all are glorious hindus. For example, the state of Kerala because of their 'High Illiteracy Rate'.....
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      Prashanth
      Jun 5, 2017 at 6:08 pm
      Is there a need to mention Telangana in header...Does it add any value to the subject
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        Md ali khan
        Jun 5, 2017 at 11:41 am
        Allegations are made so plzz dnt be very quick in accepting that they actually did this crime coz she has to repay 80000 and to avoid that repayment she may behave like this or she may not
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          Satya
          Jun 5, 2017 at 6:52 am
          Rape or no rape, man and woman scheming to blackmail an individual is a crime. It should be dealt as a case of attempt to defame.
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            Sujatha Selvam
            Jun 5, 2017 at 2:31 am
            The incident took 3 months ago and the "victim" reporting now, shows some kind of foul play here. May be she was wil ly consented for at that time and she was aware that the wife is recording the incident. Only the video can tell the truth, whether she was raped or it was a case of consensual . the video did not go viral or it was not shown to any third party either, so IT Act are not applicable here.
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              noname
              Jun 5, 2017 at 1:27 am
              The mythology of the majority's religion of tolerance is filled with episodes of r culture. No wonder the land is known as the r capital of the world.
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                mc
                Jun 4, 2017 at 10:54 pm
                If the man is a victim of false rape allegation then the victim man should get the same justice. Women empowerment don't agree to admit that men's life also matter. A false allegation on men is a rape on men. If the police arrest a victim man in false rape allegation then the police also must be punished for torturing a victim man along with the criminal women. The media who put pressure on police to arrest the victim men then media also be equally punished. Zero tolerance on false-rape allegation case.
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                  media
                  Jun 5, 2017 at 1:35 am
                  Mc. I agree with you ...... definitely the media which sansationalise the issue is to be blamed, they just do it to get a mileage. The police department works under the pressure of the media , so they do have to o do their job. These days are the media has been taking the upper hand and judges as though they the most riotous.!media has to learn to be neutral and find out the truth.
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                  Rajendra
                  Jun 4, 2017 at 10:11 pm
                  First what is correct what is wrong we should know .Dont unnecessarily women was raped what is this we are Indians use proper sentence and proper words when giving to news
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