A 24-year-old Hindu woman has alleged that a Muslim man who concealed his religious identity and posed as Hindu, befriended and raped her, the Daily Pioneer has reported.
The victim said she married the same man after the accused convinced her for marriage. The woman came to Gurugram about eight months ago after completing her graduation.
A case in this regard has been registered under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) at Sector-14 police station. Police have detained one of the accused for interrogation.
According to police, the victim is a 24-year-old woman, a native of Alwar in Rajasthan and presently living with her father at Arjun Nagar in Gurugram “She was doing job with one Vikas Sharma, who befriended her and later developed a physical relationship forcibly. When she told him she will approach police, the accused convinced her with marriage. Later the couple tied the knot earlier in February at a temple in Jaipur and were residing as husband and wife,” a police official, said.
“When she got pregnant she told Vikas that we should register our marriage in a court. The accused told him that he could not do this as he belonged to Muslim community and his name was Bilal Ahmed. He beat me up on September 11 and fled somewhere without telling her,” she alleged in her complaint.
Thereafter the victim approached her husband’s younger brother Mohit Kumar aka Dildaar, who resides in Gurugram but he too thrashed her and threatened to kill her. “The culprits had assumed Hindu names but were from the Muslim community,” the woman alleged.
Recently, there was a huge outrage when Muslim migrants were stopped from offering unauthorized namaz on a public plot. MSM had gone into overdrive with lengthy articles outlining how Gurugram was a “place built for Hindus”. Well, it seems that Gurugram isn’t all that inhospitable for Islamists like Bilal & Dildaar Ahmed who fear neither law nor public backlash while targeting Hindu women.
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