Two girls gang-raped, one left in front of NCW
Ghaziabad: Two girls, hailing from
different parts of the district, were allegedly kidnapped and
gang-raped for several days and one of them was left in an
unconscious state in front of National Commission for Women`s
office in Delhi, police said on Wednesday.
An 18-year-old girl was allegedly kidnapped on July 19
from Vijaynagar area by a group of youths when she had gone to
purchase books, police said.
According to the complaint lodged by mother of the girl
yesterday, the victim was kept on some sedatives for over a
week and was allegedly gang-raped repeatedly by them in
different parts of Haridwar and Delhi, police said.
On July 25, she was left in front of her house in
Ghaziabad in an inebriated condition, the police said adding
that, after gaining her senses she narrated the whole story.
Medical examination has confirmed the rape and a case has
been registered and investigation are on, they said.
In a similar case, a 16-year-old girl was allegedly
kidnapped from Hapur city last week and was kept in Delhi by a
group of men, who allegedly raped her repeatedly before
leaving her in an unconscious state in front of the office of
National Commission for Women on July 23.
The girl was sent back to Hapur by Delhi police and a
case was registered yesterday after the she narrated her
ordeal and medical examination confirmed the rape.
One person was arrested in this connection and further
investigations are on, Raghubir Lal, Senior Superintendent of
"Medical examination of both the girls have confirmed
rape and cases under relevant sections of IPC have been
registered," he said.
"Strict action will be taken against the accused in both
the cases," Lal added.
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