Which god would accept the prayer of a priest who molests children

Kerala High Court awarded a life sentence to a monk for rape.

Which god would accept the prayer of a priest who molests children
Kerala High Court awarded a life sentence to a monk for rape

The Kerala High Court, while awarding a life sentence to a monk for rape, observed that 'we wonder which god would have accepted the prayer/worship of a priest who had repeatedly asked a minor for his siblings'. molested in front. 

A bench of Justices K Vinod and Ziad Rehman AA, while awarding maximum punishment to Madhu, a resident of Manjeri, observed that when a man abandons his wife and children, the vultures that roam around do not only prey on the woman but also the children. . The court made this observation on the appeal of the accused who was convicted of raping the minor girl.

In its judgment, the court said, "When a man abandons his wife and children, the vultures that roam around do not only prey on women but also children. In this case, we saw a priest who simply kept the elder girl, that too in the presence of her siblings, a woman abandoned for repeated molesting and her three children. We wonder, which God would have accepted the prayer of such a priest or considered him as a medium.

The High Court is hearing against the order of the POCSO court. "But once the offense of rape is proved, the accused is fit to be convicted under section 376(1)," the court said. Keeping in view the special relationship of the accused with the victim and the status of the guardian, we are of the opinion that maximum punishment should be given.” Found. 

During interrogation, the eldest girl revealed to the police that the man her mother was living with was sexually harassing her for a year. The court said that the priest of the accused temple used to come home drunk beat up the mother and children and sexually assault the elder girl in front of her siblings. The court said the medical examination has confirmed sexual assault and the girl's brother is also a witness to the crime.