In Bharatpur, Rajasthan, it was the judge who sexually abused a child studying in class VIII.

Jaipur, 01 November. A very shameful case has come to light from Bharatpur, Rajasthan, where the judge, who sentenced the convicts for their misdeeds, has been accused of raping a 14-year-old child. On Sunday, the judge posted in the Anti-Corruption Bureau, along with two other people, have been booked for allegedly raping an innocent child. The accused judge has been suspended from the post. Giving information about the matter, Mathura Gate SHO Ramnath said that after an investigation in the case, the report has been submitted to the senior officer.

SHO Ramnath said, "Based on a complaint, a case has been registered against Judge Jitendra Golia and two others for allegedly raping a 14-year-old boy under sections of the POCSO Act. The investigation has been handed over to a senior officer. After the matter came to light, the circle officer of the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB), Parmeshwar Lal Yadav, the deputy superintendent of police have was suspended. Acting on the accused judge, the Rajasthan High Court has suspended Jitendra Singh, an officer of the District Judge Cadre, currently posted as a Special Judge in the Special Court of Prevention of Corruption Act, with immediate effect.

According to media reports, the judge is accused of sexually assaulting a 14-year-old child on the pretext of playing tennis. The victim child told that when he used to go to the stadium to play tennis, the accused judge would implicate him in his words and then take him to his house. The child alleges that the judge had done a 'wrong thing' with him. He had been doing this for several days and forced him not to tell this to anyone else. However, the child told his mother about the whole incident. The child had also complained to his mother about pain in the body, after which when asked, he disclosed the misdeeds of the judge. Meanwhile, when the child's mother complained, she too was intimidated. A video of the incident also surfaced in which the accused is seen apologizing to the child's family.

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