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19-year old Delhi girl abducted, gangraped for 13 days


Greater Noida, Dec 8: In a horrifying incident in Noida, a 19-year old girl was abducted from Delhi on Nov 22, was rescued from Salempur Gurjar village in Greater Noida on Sunday.

The girl is reported to have been abducted and gangraped by two men for 13 days. On the complaints of her parents, the Delhi police was already working on the case when they got a break from the Noida Police.


The latter informed that the girl was held hostage in a house in Tugalpur, where they raped her repeatedly for 13 days. Finally, she escaped from their clutches on Sunday. But the abductors found her and shot her near Salempur Gurjar village and dumped her in a well.

Villagers rescued her from the well and rushed her to the hospital. Doctors said that she had two bullets lodged in her chest and declared her as critical.

The family members of the girl had named a suspect who was later arrested and interrogated.

Joint commissioner of police, south-west range, Deependra Patkhak said,"We had detained and questioned a youth, named by the missing girl's parents as a suspect, about her whereabouts. He though had no information and was later let off, after which, we deployed more teams across NCR to search for the girl. She was found in Noida on Sunday and our investigating team has gone to the spot to verify the details."

Police has lodged a case under IPC SEction 363 (punishment for kidnapping) and is waiting for the girl's statement. An official said,"Our teams are verifying the details as alleged by the family. The girl has also named two men responsible for the act and their identities are being probed."

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