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Former SP MLA arrested in rape and murder of girl

Last Updated: Wednesday, 24 May 2017 (13:43 IST)
Lucknow: Lucknow police tonight arrested the and former in connection with a and of a nursing student. Police here said that the FIR against the leader was registered at the Madiaon police station under section 376(2)(F), 506 of the IPC. The circle officer (Aliganj) ,who was investigating the case, had ordered the Madiaon police station to arrest Dr Ayub. 

The accused leader was arrested and sent to jail, police sources said. Dr Ayub is the second one from to be booked for rape charges. Former minister Gayatri Prasad Prajapati is accused in rape of a minor and presently in jail. Dr Ayub, the national president of the Peace Party, has been charged with raping a 22-year-old nursing course student and killing her by giving wrong medicines. 

The first information report (FIR) was registered with a Madiaon police station in Lucknow February 25. Ayub, who owns a number of hospitals in the state, is a former MLA from Khalilabad constituency in Sant Kabir Nagar district of east UP. The girl, whose liver and kidneys were damaged died on February 24. 

Her family has accused Ayub of raping her multiple times while she was studying in a city medical institute. Her brother lodged a police complaint, following which an FIR was registered under Indian Penal Code sections dealing with rape, culpable homicide not amounting to murder and criminal intimidation. Police said the complainant family met Ayub during the assembly polls in 2012. 

Family members said Ayub approached the girl and her family to campaign for him. Ayub brought the girl to Lucknow after winning the polls on the pretext of providing her better education and got her admitted in a city medical institute. The girl stayed in a rented accommodation in Lucknow. The girl’s brother said in the complaint that Ayub used to visit her rented house whenever he visited Lucknow and raped her. 

He said Ayub threatened the girl with dire consequences, following which she could not muster courage to oppose him and register a police complaint. He said Ayub also gave her wrong medicines when she used to complain of pain in her stomach after being sexually abused. The medicines damaged her liver and kidneys, he said. 

The girl’s informed her family members about the trauma she was going through for the past few years when she became seriously ill. He said the family came to know about the wrong medicines when they approached another doctor for her treatment. The girl was admitted to the trauma centre when her condition deteriorated and she succumbed on February 24. (UNI)
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