Punjab: Co-accused in abduction and rape of Dalit woman arrested

Two days back, the main accused in the case, Gurinder, aged around 25, had surrendered before a court in Muktsar.

By: Express News Service | Moga | Updated: April 25, 2016 1:56 am
CCTV footage of youth dragging a dalit woman CCTV footage of youth dragging a dalit woman

Sandeep Singh, the second accused in the Malaut rape case, has been arrested. The police have said that he will be produced in court on Monday morning.

Two days after the video of a man purportedly dragging a Dalit woman out of a computer centre in Malaut went viral, the suspect, Jagdeep Singh, 35, surrendered before a court on Friday. The CCTV footage showed the accused forcibly dragging the 24-year-old woman, out of her office in broad daylight on March 25.

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Jagdeep Singh has been sent to three days’ police remand. The vehicle used in allegedly abducting the girl from the computer centre, where she was working, has also been impounded.

Sandeep was booked on criminal conspiracy charges as he had allegedly driven the vehicle. The DSP stated that the medical report of the woman was awaited.

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    Yakobi
    Apr 25, 2016 at 12:07 am
    Not in presence of cctv, hindu dumb, deaf and blind, it is 2, not 4, as per your hindrance to truth hinduism lie.
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      Buddha
      Apr 24, 2016 at 4:36 pm
      The victim is still Dalit? Bravo the shamelessly casteist IE. Your reporting deserves a moment of silence from the journalism world.
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      1. Mohammad Bin Tughlaq
        Apr 24, 2016 at 10:45 pm
        If one goes by the reports of all rapes taking place in India one will start thinking that it is mostly the Dalit girls who are the victims. Why the rapists always prefer the Dalits?
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        1. Mohammad Bin Tughlaq
          Apr 24, 2016 at 10:48 pm
          What do you think? Will four CCTV cameras will do to establish the rape? Or will it have to be proved that the CCTV cameras are males and not females? And if it is to be done how it can be done?
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          1. Sheik Mohamed
            Apr 24, 2016 at 3:49 pm
            Will this girl able to get Justice in Punjab where SAD and saffronised party are sharing power? Let us hope that this case shall not face the fate of a girl criminally aulted in a running bus owned by Badal's family where the parents are pressurised to turn hostile in Court leading to the acquittal of the culprits.
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