Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and the party's state unit president and Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot would accompany Gandhi on Thursday.
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The UP police, however, disputed the allegation that senior officials turned her away and said the matter is under investigation.
Union minister Prakash Javadekar alleged that besides the gangrape incident in Alwar, other cases of rape were also reported elsewhere in Rajasthan.
The gangrape evoked sharp criticism from all sections of the society, with political parties protests holding protests in various parts of the state, including Ajmer, Alwar, Swai Madhopur and Churu.
Initially, the two did not tell their family about the incident but when the husband was threatened that the video will be circulated if he did not give them money, he told the family members.
A group of five allegedly gangraped a 15-year-old girl, on the outskirts of Kolhar, near Vijayapura and later circulated the video-clip of the heinous crime on social networking sites.
The incident of sexual abuse surfaced after the videos of the sexual assault appeared in the public sphere.
Ankit Parekh (24) and Chirag Vaghela (23), a college student, were held Friday, said inspector K S Dave of Ramol Police Station.
According to the family and police, the girl was kept in a house in Kancheepuram and was taken to different parts of Chennai for sex work.
The victim's elder sister managed to flee from the house by jumping through a window and informed her parents about the incident.
The woman, a divorcee, said the incident happened after a friend asked her to come to one of his friend’s house.
The accused, who had dragged the victim to eucalyptus grove to commit the heinous crime, were arrested and booked under POCSO Act.
An officer familiar with the investigation told that CCTV cameras of the hospital were switched off at the time of the alleged incident.
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Jhabua police team, which while posing as Panchayati Raj department had managed to reach Kalu’s hideout on the pretext of conducting a survey of people who had pucca houses with toilets.