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‘Friend' betrays girl, gang rapes her with three other men in Bhopal

By Vikas
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Yet another case of rape has come to the fore in Madhya Pradesh. A girl was allegedly gang-raped by four persons in Bhopal and what is shocking is that one of the accused was a friend of the victim. All the four accused have been arrested.

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The victim, in this case, was a 'friend' of one of the accused who took advantage of the this and invited her to a place to 'sort out issues'. He then called his accomplices and gang-raped her.

"All four involved arrested. One of the accused who used to be her friend, tried to contact her, invited her to meet her at some place to sort out issues. He then took her to his friend's house and called other friends to the place, where she was raped," Bhopal Superintendent of Police, Rahul Kumar Lodha, told ANI.

The shameful incident has once again put the spotlight on the rising cases of rapes and sexual violence against women in Madhya Pradesh.

Last year, a 19-year-old student in Bhopal, studying for the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), was tied up and gang-raped for three hours in the busiest part of the city by four men. The girl, whose parents both work with the police, was to board a train for Vidisha. She took a shortcut from her coaching institute in M P Nagar Zone-2 locality to Habibganj railway station. She had walked some distance when a man grabbed her hand. When she pushed him away, he called another person. They took her near a culvert and raped her.

She had walked some distance when a man, who police later identified as a ragpicker, grabbed her hand. When she pushed him away, he called another person. They took her near a culvert and raped her. After this incident, which took place on November on November 3, 2017, Madhya Pradesh government had drawn flak from all quarters.

The Congress had then said the gang- rape of a 19-year-old woman in the heart of the state capital, Bhopal, was a "blot" on the BJP goverment in Madhya Pradesh.

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2014
Alok Sanjar BJP Winner 7,14,178 63% 3,70,696
P C Sharma (prakash Mangilal Sharma ) INC Runner Up 3,43,482 31% 0
2009
Kailash Joshi BJP Winner 3,35,678 51% 65,157
Surendra Singh Thakur INC Runner Up 2,70,521 41% 0
2004
Kailash Joshi BJP Winner 5,61,563 65% 3,06,005
Sajid Ali INC Runner Up 2,55,558 30% 0
1999
Uma Bharti BJP Winner 5,37,905 55% 1,68,864
Suresh Pachori INC Runner Up 3,69,041 38% 0
1998
Sushil Chandra Verma BJP Winner 4,94,481 57% 1,93,932
Arif Baig INC Runner Up 3,00,549 35% 0
1996
Sushil Chandra BJP Winner 3,53,427 49% 1,50,894
Kailash Agnihotri (kundal) INC Runner Up 2,02,533 28% 0
1991
Sushil Chandra Verma BJP Winner 3,08,946 54% 1,02,208
Mansoor Ali Khan Patodi INC Runner Up 2,06,738 36% 0
1989
Sushil Chandra Verma BJP Winner 2,81,169 46% 1,03,654
K.n.prachan INC Runner Up 1,77,515 29% 0
1984
K. N. Pradhan INC Winner 2,40,717 62% 1,28,664
Laxmi Narayan Sharma BJP Runner Up 1,12,053 29% 0
1980
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Arif Beg JNP Runner Up 1,54,457 40% 0
1977
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Shankar Dayal Sharma INC Runner Up 1,22,497 34% 0
1971
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Bhanu Prakash Singh BJS Runner Up 1,27,393 41% 0
1967
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M. Sultan INC Runner Up 94,767 33% 0
1962
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Om Parkash HMS Runner Up 63,898 28% 0
1957
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