Woman Alleges Gangrape in Delhi

Published: 30th March 2014 07:07 PM  |   Last Updated: 30th March 2014 07:11 PM   |  A+A-


A woman was allegedly gangraped by a doctor and his friend here, police said Sunday.

The woman also claimed that the same doctor, his friend and two other men also raped her about three years ago. One of the accused in the earlier gang rape has been arrested.

Police suspect the woman's claims. However, they are taking action as per law.

The woman, 40, informed police that a doctor named Relia, 75, and his friend Kishore Chand Narang, 80, gang raped her at a Hauz Khas house in south Delhi Saturday afternoon.

"The duo then dropped the victim outside the All India Institute of Medical Sciences Trauma Centre at about 5.30 pm," said a police officer, as per the allegation of the woman.

The woman said one Raj Narayan, 40, whom she knew for the past five years, took her to the dispensary of the doctor to get her a job. He then took her to Narang's house where she was raped.

The woman informed the police about the incident and also revealed that Relia, Narang, Raj Narayan and Vikash, 40, had gang raped her three years ago.

At that time, she could not muster courage to report the matter, the victim told police.

"On the victim's complaint, Vikash was arrested Sunday and police teams have been sent to nab the others," said the officer.

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