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51 minor girls rescued from Lucknow madrasa, captive girls’ chit brought police to rescue

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Lucknow

51 minor girls were rescued from a madrasa in Lucknow. Girls have accused the qazi of molestation, assault, and physical abuse. The qazi will be produced at the district court today.

A shocking incident was reported from a Madrasa in Lucknow’s Sahadatganj area, where 51 minor girls were allegedly kept captive and molested by the qazi.

Call it their desperation or survival instincts, the girls had to throw chits of the windows to let the passersby know their plight. Luckily, their plan worked out and the police raided the place as soon as a complaint was registered.

The suspect, Qazi Mohammad Tayyab Ziya, the director of Jamia Khadijatul Leelanwat, has been accused by the minor girls of physical abuse, assault and molestation.

Chaos broke out when SSP Deepak Kumar – along with a huge police force – barged into the madrasa.

As many as 125 female students study in the madrasa, out of which 51 were present when the raid took place. All of them have been rescued and sent to Nari Niketan.

Additional City Magistrate, Additional District Magistrate, and a lady sub-inspector took the girls’ statements. The Child Welfare Committee and DPO have also been informed. Ziya will be produced at the district court today. A search for his accomplices is on.

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