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Delhi University College guard involved in gangrape of minor

Written by: Staff

New Delhi, May 5 (UNI) Police today arrested one more person in connection with the May 1 gangrape of a minor in Subzi Mandi area of North Delhi.

With this the total number of arrests made so far has reached six, said sources.

Meanwhile, confirming the news that the guard of Hindu College was also involved in the Monday last rape, college Administrative Officer Tek Chand Arora told mediapersons that Rajesh has not been reported on duty for the last two days.

When asked why a 'missing' report has not been registered, he them admitted that he was under arrest.

Mr Arora informed that Rajesh had been working as a security guard for the last about 15 years.

He also admitted that another accused Arjun, who runs a 'dhobi' shop near the college was well known.

Also, a college teacher said that the rape did take place on the college campus.

Further diluting police claim of the rape having been committed in a room, reports confirmed that a security guard at a State Bank of India ATM, close to the college campus, made a call to the PCR informing of 'cries of a girl' emanating from the college grounds.

However, under pressure from the police, the guard who was working for Lajpat Nagar-based 'Premier Field Security Services' was shifted to the Aruna Asaf Ali Road branch of Punjab National Bank ATM.

Also, the girl in her FIR had alleged that she had been taken to a 'perk' on a rickshaw and raped by eight people.

This also debunked the police's theory that only five persons, an that too all minors, were involved in the incident.

However, police officials could not be reached for confirmation of the facts.


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