Mohali resident gangraped in Pinjore, 4 booked

  • HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times, Panchkula
  • Updated: Feb 05, 2015 09:42 IST

Four men allegedly gangraped a resident of SAS Nagar on Tuesday night. The victim’s sister-in-law, a resident of SAS Nagar, told the police that she, along with the victim, a 20-22 year-old, had gone to meet their relatives at Tipra village, Pinjore, on Tuesday.

Her husband had to come to take them back. By the time, he reached it was already 8 pm. When her husband was taking them back on motorcycle, four men in a white car stopped in front of them at the Pinjore bypass. They allegedly started beating her husband and tried to drag the two women inside the car.

When the husband tried to call the police, they took his phone and motorcycle key and threw them away. While the women kept shouting, they forcibly pushed them in the car. They drove to a secluded place and stopped the car. Two of the
men caught hold of her husband and started beating him, while his wife rushed to save her husband.

As the two men held the husband and wife, the other two allegedly raped the other woman one by one.

Then they swapped the position and other two allegedly took turns in raping the woman.

According to the complaint, when the husband and wife reached the victim, she was bleeding from the nose and mouth.

Before leaving, the men allegedly threatened them that if they made any complaint with the police they would be killed.

As per the complainant, the four men were calling each other by the names Rajesh, Peelu, Happy and Sonu. The police got the medical examination of the woman done.

“We have registered a case of gangrape, criminal intimidation and voluntarily causing hurt. We are investigating the case and still looking for four accused in the case,” said Pinjore police station station house officer inspector Satish Kumar.

The woman is married with two children. Her statement before a magistrate under Section 164 of Code of Criminal Procedure is yet to be recorded.

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