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Molested, pushed off car: Gurgaon witnesses heinous crime

By Anita

Gurgaon, Jun 7: Reminiscent of the tragic episode of Soumya who was brutally raped after being pushed out of a moving train in Kerala, a similar incident has surfaced. A 25-year-old girl was apparently pushed out of a car after allegedly being molested. She was pushed out of the car near a mall in Gurgaon on Monday night reveled officials.

With the police launching a manhunt to nab those behind the heinous crime, the accused claims that he is a member of a rich family from Gurgaon. Police are also initiating medical examinations for the victim to ascertain if she was raped.

After initial investigations it was found that the girl was working with a property dealer in Gurgaon and had gone with the client to show him a property at the Vasant Kunj area. This is when the accused molested her in the car and pushed her out. According to the proprietor of the property firm, Bharat Bhushan, the client had approached him seeking a flat Monday evening. Bhushan apparently asked the girl to accompany the client to show him the flat.

A statement by the investigating police officer says, “Bhushan asked his assistant (the girl) to sit in the car and take him (accused) to the Vasant Kunj flat and few other flats in Gurgaon. The accused misbehaved with the girl while driving and when she resisted, he turned violent."

The police are looking into whether the girl fell from the car accidently or was pushed out. The girl alleges that she was thrown out of the moving car. The girl is presently admitted at the Gurgaon civil hospital with several injuries.

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