A Class 11 student on Saturday escaped from the clutches of her kidnappers who allegedly raped her in a farmhouse in Meerut district of Uttar Pradesh for over two weeks.
The victim narrated her ordeal to the people residing close to the farmhouse after escaping. They reported the matter to the police and informed her family members in Modinagar. A joint team of Modinagar and Meerut police raided the farmhouse on Saturday night and arrested two people. However, the main accused is still at large.
Reportedly, one Rahul and his aides had kidnapped the girl on April 24, when she was returning home after collecting her exam result from school.
The girl’s father had lodged a complaint of kidnapping at Modinagar police station, naming Rahul of Kankerkhera locality in Meerut as the accused.Cops had been on his lookout since then but failed to nab him.
Rahul and his aides held the girl captive at the Shakya farmhouse in Kankerkhera, and instructed two people to keep a watch on her. Despite the guards, she managed to slip out on Saturday night.
Superintendent of police (Meerut city) Alok Priyadarshi said, “Modinagar police are investigating the case and have taken the girl and the arrested men along with them.”
The girl will undergo a medical examination after which she will be presented in court to record her statement.