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Chandigarh rape case: Accused cops gave contraceptive pills to victim!


Chandigarh, Dec 23: The Chandigarh rape case of a teenage girl by five cops-turned-criminals has taken a shocking twist after the victim in her FIR alleged that they used to forcibly give her contraceptive pills after committing the dastardly act.

According to the TOI report, two of the five rape accused police constables used to force the 17-year-old schoolgirl to take emergency contraceptive pills at gunpoint each time they raped her.

In an FIR statement on Thursday, the victim has said,"I was forcibly given medicines after being raped every time. Whenever I refused to take the medicine, they threatened to kill me. These policemen would put their loaded gun on my head."

Rape survivor tried to commit suicide but brother saved her.

"Akshay aur Sunil nai mere sath balatkar kiya hai. Inko chhoddna nahi (Akshay and Sunil have raped me. Don't spare them.)"

The other three accused are Himmat, Jagtar and Anil - all residents of Khuda Lahora village who share a room.

A female police official who is probing the matter said, "The rape survivor has described the emergency contraceptive pills as yellow in colour."

Recalling the harrowing ordeal, the rape victim said, "Three policemen (Jagtar, Himmat and Anil) used to chase me in a PCR Gypsy. And sometimes, they would follow me in their Gypsy when I was on way home from school. They would say nobody could harm them as they were policemen. They also threatened me to have physical relations with them. I was on the verge of committing suicide, but my brother saved me."

Girl also said that the accused used to pass lewd comments and made obscene gestures towards her.

Ironically, the accused cops were deployed outside victim's school for students' protection purpose. But, they cheated with their profession by turning devils and raping the innocent girl for nearly two months.

On Friday, all the accused were suspended, arrested and were remanded in three-day police custody by a local court.

OneIndia News

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