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Accused in Moga Gangrape Case Arrested

A man allegedly involved in the gangrape of a 20-year-old woman in Mari Mustafa village was arrested during raids a manhunt for the four accused on the run.

Published: 01st May 2015 03:53 PM  |   Last Updated: 01st May 2015 03:55 PM   |  A+A-

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By PTI

MOGA: A man allegedly involved in the gangrape of a 20-year-old woman in Mari Mustafa village was arrested here even as raids were on today to trace four other accused who are on the run.

Also Read: Woman Alleges Gangrape Hours After Teenager's Horrific Death in Moga

Jaswant Singh, one of the accused, has been arrested in the gangrape case, IG (Bathinda zone) P S Umranangal said today.

He said police teams have been carrying out raids to arrest others involved in the case.

In her complaint, the victim alleged that she had gone to her friend Sarabjit's residence with a male friend on Wednesday and they both decided to stay there as the friend's husband identified as Jaswant Singh was not at home.

However, Jaswant returned home late at night with a group of around eight friends.

They allegedly thrashed the victim's male friend who sustained a fracture in the leg.

The victim said that she was then taken to a tubewell outside the village where she was allegedly gangraped.

Police said that a medical board had been constituted to examine the victim. A case of rape has been registered against Jaswant Singh and several others.

The district has been in the news lately for cases of attack on women.

A woman and her teenage daughter were allegedly molested and thrown off a moving bus on Wednesday evening, leaving the girl dead and mother seriously wounded.



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