Court rejects bail of rape accused

-Said- The victim's mood deteriorated due to continuous exploitation.
Mumbai The Bombay High Court has rejected the bail plea of the accused who raped a minor continuously for ten years. The court has said that after being subjected to this horrific crime, the victim has become a nymphomaniac (a victim of uncontrolled sexual desires). A single bench of Justice Prithviraj Chavan, while rejecting the bail plea of the accused, said that this crime is so heinous that it can shake the conscience of any person.
The victim narrated her ordeal in a 27-page diary.
The victim has written her ordeal in a 27-page diary. Citing this diary in its order, the High Court said that the mental and psychological condition of the victim is such that words will fall short to describe it. The court further said that due to such heinous crime the victim has become a nymphomaniac.
These things are written in the diary
The victim has written in the diary that the accused started raping her when she was a fourth class student. It has been claimed that the accused used to give medicines to increase sexual desires to the victim.
After reading this diary, in 2021, the victim's parents lodged a police complaint against the accused and his wife. After this, the accused's wife got bail from the special court, but her bail plea was rejected. After this the accused approached the High Court.
The victim's father made these allegations
The victim's father claimed that he was in Dubai for work and was taken advantage of by the accused and his wife behind his back. The parents also told the court that they came to know about the crime when they found a diary in their daughter's room.
The accused's wife is equally entitled - High Court
The High Court has also emphasized that the accused's wife deliberately suppressed the case. Therefore, she is equally guilty of this crime. Referring to the things written in the diary, the High Court bench said that the victim had already told her mother about the rape but she maintained silence. The court said that it is not right to grant bail to the accused in this case, because the wounds are still fresh in the heart and mind of the victim.