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Ghansour rape accused may have fled to Nepal: Police

The minor, who was allegedly raped on April 17, is at present battling for life in a hospital in Nagpur.

Press Trust Of India

Updated:April 23, 2013, 4:56 PM IST
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Ghansour rape accused may have fled to Nepal: Police
The minor, who was allegedly raped on April 17, is at present battling for life in a hospital in Nagpur.
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Banka: A joint team of MP and Bihar police have failed to arrest the main accused involved in allegedly raping a 4-year-old girl in Madhya Pradesh and it is suspected that he might have fled to Nepal taking advantage of the porous border, police said on Tuesday. The minor, who was allegedly raped on April 17, is at present battling for life in a hospital in Nagpur.

After search for the accused, Firoz Khan (35) in Banka, failed to yield result, the joint police team visited neighbouring Supual district on Indo-Nepal border tracking mobile phone signals, SP Pushkar Anand told PTI.

However, the accused is suspected to have slipped through the porous border and his mobile is also switched off, he said. After allegedly raping the girl, Khan had fled to his native place in Banka district in Bihar. After trying to locate him for three days, the Madhya Pradesh sought help of Bihar police and consequently a joint team of the two states went looking for him since Sunday last.

Khan was working in Jhabua power plant limited in Madhya Pradesh.

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