We spoke to the couple in north India whose marriage was stopped earlier this month after the police was told that a Muslim man was about to marry a Hindu woman.
Police in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh have arrested Muslim men under the anti-conversion law, even as families insisted that the relationships were consensual.
The man had been abusing the kids for 10 years, and selling child porn via the dark web.
The culprit had not only misspelled the name of the drop-off area, but also spelKE police as “pullish”.
As dozens of journalists arrive in the nondescript village in north India, there’s growing concern about the impact of media intrusion on the victim’s family.
Uttar Pradesh state police rushed to cremate the body of the victim without the family’s consent and insist the woman was not raped.
In the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, where extrajudicial killings and police brutality are common, the Special Security Force is being seen as dangerous.
In the latest case in India, a man was shot in the head after he filed a complaint against the killer for sexually harassing his niece.
Some police hoped to arrest crime boss Vikas Dubey. Other police tipped him off.