Gurugram gangrape: Victim carried dead infant by metro to hospital

Gurugram gangrape: The victim, who refused to believe doctors in Gurugram, boarded a metro and travelled to a hospital in Delhi for a second consultation.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: June 7, 2017 9:20 pm
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The 23-year-old woman who was allegedly gangraped for four hours in an auto-rickshaw in Gurugram on the night of May 29, claims she took the body of her six-month-old daughter on the metro to Delhi after she was told by doctors in a local hospital that she was dead, reported news agency PTI. The young woman was allegedly forced into an autorickshaw with three men when she was on her way to her parents’ house in Khandsa. Her wailing daughter was snatched from her and thrown out onto the road, where she lay for hours before the victim could return.

The victim, who refused to believe doctors in Gurugram, boarded a metro and travelled to a hospital in Delhi for a second consultation. When doctors in Delhi confirmed the child was dead, she returned on the metro to MG Road station, where she met her husband and the Gurugram police. Read: Police releases sketch of three suspects. Click here.

“Her husband and the Gurgaon police received the victim from the MG Road metro station after she returned from hospital in Delhi. The police conducted a post-mortem of the infant,” Gurgaon police commissioner Sandeep Khirwar was quoted as saying by news agency PTI.

The police have set up a special investigation team to probe the incident. The police have released sketches of the accused to the public and appealed for information. Over 50 auto-rickshaw drivers have been questioned, and some been detained. Read: SIT to look into rape of woman, death of daughter in Gurgaon. Click here.

The victim, who had left her house in a village after a fight with her husband, was travelling to her parents’ house on Khanda Road when the incident occurred. She alleged she had first taken a ride on a truck but got off after she was molested by a ‘drunk’ driver. After this, she was forced into an auto with the three men.

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    Pradeep
    Jun 8, 2017 at 8:15 am
    Farmers of this country have always been ignored. Their plight is very sad. With increasing imports and relatively low agri prices, it is impossible for Indian farmers to make money in farming. Successive Governments in india are only concerned about inflation. Not worried that inflation in agri prices is necessary for farmers to meet rising input costs. Farmers in USA and Europe besides having the benefit of technology, land holding, receive huge subsidies from the govt. how can Indian farmers survive. India needs to understand farmers issues and take hard decisions. After all farmers are the backbone of any economy
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      Nirav
      Jun 7, 2017 at 6:02 pm
      Haryana​ is ruled by BJP ? And law and order of Delhi is in BJP's hand ?
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        manu
        Jun 7, 2017 at 4:33 pm
        Can hindu rashtra first fix this than hindutva???
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          Gara
          Jun 7, 2017 at 4:29 pm
          To reduce rape must be banned. makes one think that women want with strangers.
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            Shantaram PAtankar
            Jun 7, 2017 at 2:50 pm
            Sick. We are sick people
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              george
              Jun 7, 2017 at 1:10 pm
              we have reached a stage where cow is seemingly more protected than women in our country. the unfortunate part is that neither women nor cow are safe in our country. as a nation we are moving towards collapse of law and order and the rise of extra cons utional authorities who are running riot with absolutely no check and legal mechanism to rein them in.
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                Kulmohan Singh
                Jun 7, 2017 at 12:54 pm
                The sad state of affairs of our country, people like Kejriwal who want to focus on instal CCTVs for women safety are ridiculed. But other people who want to focus on building more gau-shalas for cows are applauded.
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                  Joydeep
                  Jun 7, 2017 at 3:35 pm
                  Exactly. We are becoming a gou-mutra country.
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                    Ankur
                    Jun 7, 2017 at 4:14 pm
                    True words. Thats the sorry state of affairs in our country.
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