New Delhi: 45-year-old married woman gang raped

New Delhi, Aug 5: A 45-year-old married woman was allegedly gang raped after she was kidnapped by three unidentified men in Malviya Nagar, Delhi.

According to sources, the incidence occurred when the woman was going back to her cousin's residence in Kalkaji from Delhi airport. The woman had gone to drop her daughter to the airport. The victim was returning back in a rickshaw.

"I took an auto after dropping off my daughter at about 7.30 pm. The auto broke down near Dhaula Kuan road. I got out of the auto to look for another. In the meantime, a white Innova car arrived with two persons in it. The person who was sitting on the front seat beside the driver (about 35-40 years of age) asked me where I was going and I told him the situation. They offered me a lift on the pretext that I wouldn't find an auto here and accepted as they seemed gentle to me," said the FIR.

"I stayed in the car for about 20-25 minutes after which the vehicle stopped near a gate. One of the men got out of the car and forcibly dragged me to the second floor of the house where there was already another person. They raped me there," said the report.

The victim in her complaint also said that the volume of the television was increased so her screams could not be heard.

"The man who offered me a lift raped me first. He was wearing a red T-shirt. The driver of the car, who was wearing a white-striped shirt, followed," the FIR said.

Police also said that the victim tried to flee the spot but was stopped by the trio. After discussion, the woman was dropped at an isolated area by them, while they escaped.

"The woman went back near the place where she was taken and then made a PCR call. We reached the spot and went to that house. However, by then they had escaped and there was no one in the room and there was no sign of the car," said police sources.

The room where the inhuman act took place was properly examined by female investigation officers. The address lodged in the FIR is JH-37, Khirki Extension, Malviya Nagar.

"We have asked the deputy commissioner of police and other officers to look into the matter and give results soon," said a senior police officer.

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