Karnataka Teacher, Accused Of Sexually Abusing Orphan Girls, Arrested

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Karnataka Teacher, Accused Of Sexually Abusing Orphan Girls, Arrested

The Child Welfare Committee has also registered a complaint against the teacher.

Kalaburagi (Karnataka): 

The Karnataka Police on Friday arrested a 51-year-old physical education teacher in Kalburagi for sexually abusing and molesting female students.

The teacher, identified as Basavaraj, has been charged under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POSCO) Act and Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe (Prevention of Atrocities) Act. The Child Welfare Committee has also registered a complaint against the teacher.

Speaking to ANI, Kalburagi Superintendent of Police Shashi Kumar said, "Yesterday we got a complaint that four orphan girls, staying at the state juvenile home, were sexually abused and molested."

"Upon that, we have registered a complaint in a women police station and we have arrested the accused. The due course of law will follow in the investigation," Mr Kumar added.

The officer also said that the accused may have targeted girls living in juvenile homes as it was less likely for them to file a complaint than girls living with their families.

Basavaraj is currently being questioned after which he will be produced before a court.

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