Breakthrough in Mizo woman rape case soon: Chidambaram

The Delhi Police is expected to get a breakthrough very soon in the case of abduction and rape of a Mizo woman in south Delhi, Home Minister P Chidambaram said on Tuesday and regretted the incident.

New Delhi: The Delhi Police is expected to
get a breakthrough very soon in the case of abduction and rape
of a Mizo woman in south Delhi, Home Minister P Chidambaram
said on Tuesday and regretted the incident.
"I am sorry for what happened in 5-6 days ago. Contrary
to press reports, I think they (police) are pretty close to
apprehending the suspect," he told reporters here.

The Delhi Police yesterday had said that 15 teams were
working on the case and they were looking into all aspects.

Police have also detained four persons who have criminal
background and was looking at all possibilities.
On November 24, the victim, a BPO employee, was walking
towards her home in Moti Village near Dhaula Kuan in the
morning along with one of her colleagues when some men in a
vehicle abducted her and took turns to rape her. She was later
dumped in Mongolpuri.

The incident led to protests from various quarters,
including students from the Northeast.

PTI

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