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13 y/o Dalit domestic help refuses to have sex, employer’s son sets her on fire

The son of an employer set a 13-year-old Dalit domestic help on fire after she refused to have sex with him.
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Source: Wall Street International

The son of an employer set a 13-year-old Dalit domestic help on fire after she refused to have sex with him. Her employers took her to the hospital where she is now fighting for her life. The incident happened in Khammam, Telangana, on September 18 but she could only inform her parents of the truth of October 5.


The girl is from Pallegudem village in Khammam. In May 2020, she began working for Allam Subbarao’s family and lived with them. On September 18, the employer’s son asked her to have sex with her. However, she refused. Instead of leaving her alone, he tried to rape her. Then, when she tried to run away, he ripped her clothes and set her on fire. She ran away after that.

Employers hide truth about son raping, setting fire on Dalit girl

Her employers managed to get to a private hospital. However, they wanted to protect their son. Thus, Subbarao told the girl’s father that she suffered from injuries in a fire accident while she was working. Her father saw that she was suffering from 70% burns.

On October 5, she finally woke up and told her father the truth. Thereafter, he lodged a complaint with the One Town police in Khammam. They filed a case and are presently investigating the case.

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