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Kolkata Girl Jumps From Second Floor to Thwart Rape Bid

The girl had been called by her boyfriend and two of his friends to their place when they tried to rape her after spiking her drink.

Published: 07th March 2016 10:13 AM  |   Last Updated: 07th March 2016 12:16 PM   |  A+A-

By ANI

KOLKATA: In an attempt to escape rape, a young woman jumped off from the second floor of a building in Howrah district of West Bengal.

She survived the jump and was immediately hospitalised.

The incident happened when the woman, who is a resident of Liluah in Howrah, went to her boyfriend’s place who told her that his sister wanted to meet her.

She was then allegedly forced to consume a spiked drink, following which the three men allegedly assaulted her.

It is reported that in her drugged state, she gathered her remaining senses and in an effort to escape the assaulter, jumped off the building.

All the three accused, who allegedly tried to rape a young woman in Howrah district of West Bengal last evening, will today be produced before the court. 

The woman had last evening jumped from the second floor of a building in Howrah, after three men, including her boyfriend, allegedly tried to rape her. She survived the jump and was immediately hospitalised.

The three accused namely Nonto Bose, Samir Nayak and Chotan have been booked with charges of molestation.



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