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Thursday, May 30, 2024

Delhi: 3 Muslims Gang Rape Mother After Taking Child Captive in Pandav Nagar

Three Muslim youths gang raped a 38-year-old woman after taking her child captive on Monday evening at Delhi’s Pandav Nagar, police said on Tuesday.

The incident came to light after the rape survivor lodged a complaint with the local police on Tuesday.

According to police, the three accused forcefully entered the woman’s house and took her child captive. “The victim told us that the three men threatened to kill her child, if she did not fulfilled their sexual advances,” said an officer of Delhi Police.

He added, “Today she narrated her ordeal to one of her neighbours with whom she visited the police station to lodge a complaint.”

Delhi Police has arrested all the three accused in connection to the incident. The arrested have been identified as Tausib, Asib and Hasib.

(Source: Aajtak, NewsNation.in)

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