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Eight days after, Bharatpur gang rape victim shares ordeal with kin

A 30-year-old widow, who was found unconscious on May 26 in the Rupwas police station area, was gang-raped by three people, the police said on Sunday

jaipur Updated: Jun 03, 2018 22:17 IST
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Hindustan Times, Bharatpur
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The woman, who gained consciousness on May 28, was in trauma since then and narrated her ordeal to her family members on Saturday, the police said(File/AP)

A 30-year-old widow, who was found unconscious on May 26 in the Rupwas police station area, was gang-raped by three people, the police said on Sunday.

The woman, who gained consciousness on May 28, was in trauma since then and narrated her ordeal to her family members on Saturday, the police said.

She was taken to the Raj Bahadur Memorial district hospital for medical examination on Monday, said Madan Meena, the station House officer of Rupwas police station.

The widow had gone to visit the Hanuman temple at Rudawal on May 23 and was returning to her house in the Uchchain police station area on May 25 after spending two nights at her aunt’s house at Rudawal.

She was waiting for a bus near Gehndoli village under Rupwas police station when a man riding a motorcycle offered her lift. The man took her to an agriculture field in a secluded area, where he, along with his two other friends, assaulted her repeatedly.

Family members found her in an unconsciousness state at the agriculture field on May 26 and rushed to the government women’s hospital, from where she was shifted to a private hospital. She came out of the unconsciousness after two days.

The victim narrated her ordeal to her family members on Saturday, following which they approached the police to file a complaint in the matter.

On the basis of the victim’s information, the police have identified Akram Khan of Khanwa under Rupwas police station, Pintu of Mandera village and Raju of Bhatawali village under Kumher police station as suspects in the case.

Meena, the Rupwas SHO, said the police will record the victim’s statement before a magistrate on Monday and try to arrest the culprits.

The victim’s cousin said she has been undergoing treatment at the private hospital for eight days. “She is in trauma after the incident,” he said.

The victim has two daughters and three sons. Her husband died of some ailment five years ago.