20 Year Old Abducted in Broad Daylight : Gurgaon

The public outrage that followed after seeing the video pushed the Gurgaon Police in turbo mode to rescue the girl as top priority.

Published: 28th December 2015 08:58 PM  |   Last Updated: 28th December 2015 09:50 PM   |  A+A-

GURGAON: A 20 year old student who came to meet her friend was cornered then dragged into a car and abducted, all in broad daylight in front of gate number two of Dronacharya Government College in Gurgaon on Monday.

The entire episode caught on CCTV cameras went viral on the social media platforms; the girl can be seen trying the very best of her abilities not to let her kidnappers close the door of the white Maruti Swift.  

The public outrage that followed after seeing the video pushed the Gurgaon Police in turbo mode to rescue the girl as top priority. The top cop, Commissioner of Gurgaon Police Navdeep Singh Virk looking over the investigation managed to rescue the girl (4:00pm) with in record time of seven hours from the time incident reported (10:00 am) to the police, safe and sound to her family and hunt down the alleged kidnappers.      

“The CCTV footage shows that one of the accused, who appears to be known to the woman, entered the college through a broken wall at about 9:45 AM and called her from inside, As soon the victim came across the wall, the accused dragged her in a white Swift Desire car and fled from the spot. The victim cried for help which alerted the passersby who informed the police” DCP (West) Gurgaon Kulvinder Singh said.

After the rescue of the girl Virk made statement saying  “We got the information and our police team reached the spot immediately. We got the CCTV footage and we are trying to verify the facts. It is too early to say what has happened and we going to solve it in a matter of few hours".

Within few hours Virk again made statement saying “All the three accused have been detained by police. Further investigation is on. The girl is with her family.”


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