A woman was allegedly gang-raped in Mathura by three men, including the son of school owner where she had applied for a job, police said on Monday.
The victim, a teacher, lodged a report at Kotwali police station against Pawan Chaudhary and his two unknown associates on Sunday night.
"Case has been registered at Kotwali police station in Mathura and search has been lodged for accused Pawan Chaudhary who has been named in the FIR. Two others are unknown to victim lady and efforts are being made to identify them," said Akhilesh Meena, senior superintendent of police of Mathura.
She said in her complaint that she had applied for a job in a private school in Mathura. The son of school owner offered her the position but the salary remained an issue.
The woman said she received a call from the school on Sunday to finalise the appointment and was asked to reach the Bhuteshwar area in city.
She alleged Chaudhary took her to a Alto car, in which two men were already present, and was offered a cold drink laced with sedatives.
The woman was then brought to a hotel in an unconscious state and was gang-raped by the men, who then dumped her back in Bhuteshwar.
"The victim lady has been sent for medical examination and samples are being sent for slide test. Police teams are constituted to nab the named accused, Pawan Chaudhary who is absconding," said Anil Yadav, circle officer for Mathura City.