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Wednesday, September 29, 2021

Woman gangraped and beaten up by house owner’s son Taufiq and his friend in Aligarh

A case of gang-rape of a woman has been reported in the Aligarh district of Uttar Pradesh. The woman alleged that the landlord’s son Mohammad Taufiq entered the house with his friend and the two then raped her. Based on the victim’s complaint, the police have registered a case and arrested the accused Monu alias Mohammad Taufiq and Babuddin.

According to available information, the woman was alone at home as her husband had gone to work. Meanwhile, the landlord’s son, Taufiq entered her home with his friend Babuddin. The accused sweet-talked the woman and took her to a nearby room where both of them gang-raped her. When the woman resisted their attempts both of them beat her up the woman said in her statement to the police.

The accused Taufiq ran away from the spot with his friend but not before threatening the woman with dire consequences. When her husband returned home, the woman narrated the entire sequence of events. Her husband then complained to Taufiq’s family who instead threatened him and drove him away. Police have now filed a case was filed against Taufiq and Babbuddin under sections of IPC relating to gang rape, assault, and intimidation.

The police arrested both the accused on Wednesday and produced them in court from where they were sent to jail. Police officer Prashant Singh said that the woman had filed a rape case against two including the landlord’s son. A medical examination of the woman has been conducted. Singh also said that the accused have been arrested and sent to jail and further investigations are ongoing.

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