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An 86-year-old grandmother has been brutally raped and assaulted by a 33-year-old man in India.


The woman told her attacker she was 'like his grandmother' in a bid to stop the assault after he lured her from her home on Monday evening.


The man, who has since been arrested, approached the woman while she was waiting on her doorstep in Delhi for the evening milkman.



Swati Maliwal, head of the Delhi Commission for Women, said: 'He told her that her regular milk delivery man wasn't coming and offered to take her to the place where she could get milk.'


She willingly trusted him and accompanied him to find milk but he instead took her to a nearby farm and raped her. 


Ms Maliwal said: 'She kept crying and begging him to leave her. She told him that she was like his grandmother. 


'But he ignored her pleas and assaulted her mercilessly when she tried to resist and protect herself.'



Local villagers heard her cries and rushed to rescue her, handing over the rapist to the police. 


Ms Maliwal visited the woman at her home on Tuesday, describing it as 'heart-breaking'.


She said she has bruises all over her face and body and suffered vaginal bleeding and extreme trauma.  


The campaigner has demanded the death penalty for the attacker and is writing to the chief justice of the Delhi Court to fast track the case. 


India was classified the most dangerous place for women in 2018 because of its high levels of domestic and sexual violence.


Source: https://www.dailymail.co.uk

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Grandmother, 86, is raped and beaten by attacker, 33, in India

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An 86-year-old grandmother has been brutally raped and assaulted by a 33-year-old man in India.


The woman told her attacker she was 'like his grandmother' in a bid to stop the assault after he lured her from her home on Monday evening.


The man, who has since been arrested, approached the woman while she was waiting on her doorstep in Delhi for the evening milkman.



Swati Maliwal, head of the Delhi Commission for Women, said: 'He told her that her regular milk delivery man wasn't coming and offered to take her to the place where she could get milk.'


She willingly trusted him and accompanied him to find milk but he instead took her to a nearby farm and raped her. 


Ms Maliwal said: 'She kept crying and begging him to leave her. She told him that she was like his grandmother. 


'But he ignored her pleas and assaulted her mercilessly when she tried to resist and protect herself.'



Local villagers heard her cries and rushed to rescue her, handing over the rapist to the police. 


Ms Maliwal visited the woman at her home on Tuesday, describing it as 'heart-breaking'.


She said she has bruises all over her face and body and suffered vaginal bleeding and extreme trauma.  


The campaigner has demanded the death penalty for the attacker and is writing to the chief justice of the Delhi Court to fast track the case. 


India was classified the most dangerous place for women in 2018 because of its high levels of domestic and sexual violence.


Source: https://www.dailymail.co.uk

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