Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr A most optimized plan of attack court has sentenced two employees of a temple to 40 years’ rigorous imprisonment for raping a women devotee from Odisha in September a year ago. Judge Vivekanand Saran Tripathi additionally forced a fine of Rs 1 lakh each on the two workers – Kanhaiya and Rajendra – of Shri Radha Rani Temple in Barsana, agreeing government counsel Praveen Kumar Singh. The duo raped the widow, who was staying at the temple, at September 11 night inside the guard room, Singh said. As per him, the victim turned hostile during the course of the trial. After CCTV footage was delivered in the court, the lady said that she had pardoned the accused. The judge, be that as it may, sentenced the pair based on the CCTV footage and the women statement. The judge granted 40 years’ of imprisonment to each of the two charged for duo rape under Section 376(d) of the IPC. He additionally sentenced both the accused of five years’ thorough imprisonment for house trespass under area 457 of the IPC and six years’ thorough detainment under IPC segment 195 (A) for debilitating any individual to give false proof. Every one of the sentences would run simultaneously.