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A court here today rejected the bail plea of Peace Party's national president Mohd Ayub in connection with a rape case.
Additional sessions judge Neetu Pathak said it was a serious matter and Ayub did not deserve bail.
Ayub has been in jail since May 19.
The victim's brother had lodged an FIR with Madion police in February that Ayub had raped his sister and administered harmful medicines which led to her death.
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