A case of abduction and under relevant sections of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act has been registered against the accused.
The woman was raped by three men about an year ago and the accused were on bail since then, police said.
According to the police, some locals in Khatoli staged a protest over the incident on Saturday and demanded strict action against the culprits.
The man reportedly had an argument with his wife following which they threw their babies, Afreen and Afiya, into a pond near their house.
Residents of the village said Waseem was angry over the birth of two girls and frequently fought with his wife over it.
The clash between two groups of the same community occurred on Sunday evening in which both the groups threw stones at each other.
Ravinder, who was facing an arrest warrant, was the only accused who was still absconding in the case.
According to the complaint lodged by the victim, she was harassed over dowry and when their demands were not met, Aftab gave instant triple talaq to her.
The court fixed next Tuesday for producing witnesses from the prosecution side against Prahlad, Bishan Singh, Tendu, Devender and Jitender.
The incident took place on Sunday evening in Sarvat locality, which comes under the jurisdiction of Civil Lines police station, police said.
In April 2017, a Special Investigation Team probing the Muzaffarnagar riots cases gave Som a clean chit in the fake video case after the investigating officer filed a final report in a court.
Additional District Sessions Judge Punam Rajput on Tuesday acquitted Vinod and Jitendra due to lack of evidence.
Apart from instigating communal violence, he was also booked for violating Section 144 in Saharanpur, Gautam Buddh Nagar and taking out a procession in Sardhana.
These include the case in Muzaffarnagar during the 2013 riots, violation of Section 144 in Saharanpur and Gautam Buddh Nagar and taking out a procession in Sardhana.
Sehdev, against whom attachment proceedings were initiated, was arrested by the STF, Station House Officer (SHO) Navratan Gautam said on Sunday.