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Teenage gang-rape survivor complains of threat of 'Unnao-like' fate: Police

After registering the FIR at the Ghazipur police station, police arrested the main accused Pradeep, but three others are still absconding.

Published: 11th December 2019 04:29 PM  |   Last Updated: 11th December 2019 04:39 PM   |  A+A-

Members of Jamaat-e-Islami Hyderabad Women's Wing staged a protest in front of Indra statue against Rape and Murder incidents at Necklace road in Hyderabad

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By PTI

FATEHPUR: A 16-year-old gang-rape survivor here has complained to senior police officers that she is being threatened by the accused with a "Unnao like" fate if she did not withdraw the case against them.

"The survivor had met ASP on Tuesday and claimed she was threatened with a 'Unnao like' fate if she did not compromise with the accused," said Jafarganj Circle Officer Shripal Yadav.

"We are probing the matter. If it is proved that the survivor was threatened, a fresh case will be registered against the accused," he added.

The teenaged girl was allegedly abducted and raped by four men last month in a village in Ghazipur near here.

After registering the FIR at the Ghazipur police station, police arrested the main accused Pradeep, but three others are still absconding.

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"We are trying to arrest the remaining three. Searches are on to nab them," the circle officer added.

The gang-rape survivor alleged that all the four accused belong to her village and their family members are threatening her.

A 23-year-old rape victim from Unnao was allegedly set on fire on Dec 5 by five men, including the two who were accused of raping her, while she was on her way to attend the court hearing.

The victim died the next day during treatment at Safdarjunj Hospital in New Delhi.

All five men, who set the victim ablaze, were arrested soon after they committed the crime.


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