The judicial remand of the four accused (Pulkit Chaudhry, Amandeep Katyan, Rupanshu Pratap Singh and Sharad Shekhar) is coming up for hearing on Thursday, Dec 6, and the Delhi police should ensure that they do not go scot free.
The ordeal of the girl (16 years) began in September after she run away from her parents' home in Delhi and had been living with a woman friend.
The class XI student's friend on Nov 15 asked the victim to find other accommodation as she had to shift. The girl's friend suggested she could stay with her friend, Pulkit, who claimed to be in Delhi Police.
Unfortunately, for the girl, Pulkit and his friends came to know that she had left home. Then began intimidation and rape. They threatened to inform her parents about her whereabouts with Pulkit posing as a sub-inspector and his friend, Amandeep Katyan, as an advocate. The accused repeatedly raped her and even Pulkit's friends did not spare her.
All four accused rapists are between 21 and 25-years-old and one of them works with a private company.
The teenager tried to escape from the Defence Colony house several times, but failed. She finally managed to give her captors a slip on Nov 29 and reached New Friends Colony after which she approached the local police and lodged her complaint.
The medical examination of the girl has confirmed rape.