Delhi girl shares HORRIFIC account of boys trying to abduct a girl at HKV on Twitter

A female Twitter user, in a series of tweets, relates a disturbing account of the possibility of a girl being abducted by a group of boys in a car from Delhi's upmarket Hauz Khas Village. It was only when she - along with her friends - intervened, that the boys backed off.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi | Updated: July 6, 2017 5:41 pm
sexual harassment, girl abducted in hauz khas, twitter user narrates story of abduction, molestation in delhi's jauz khas village, indian express, indian express news The Twitter user mentions that the boys were not drunk and had methodically planned to abduct the girl. (Source: Twitter)

With every passing day, news of women getting molested, raped or abducted is becoming more rampant, and if might one add, a disturbing norm. One needs to just look around or ask some women to get an idea of what they go through, and the sorry state of affairs that exist. Though there is the assistance of police and availability of numbers one can use to seek help, the present scenario refuses to look any less grim. On July 6, a Twitter user who asked to remain anonymous, in a series of tweets narrated an appalling tale of how a group of boys tried to not only molest but also abduct a girl near New Delhi’s posh Hauz Khas Village.

The female Twitter user mentions that at around 1am, while she was walking “from Hauz Khas Village to Aurobindo”, she suddenly noticed a car full of boys, taking a turn the moment after spotting a girl. The girl, as the Twitter user says, was wearing shorts and was with a very drunk male friend. The car apparently started following them and soon two boys came out and surrounded the girl. Talking to, the girl explains how methodically the boys in the car had planned to abduct her, and perhaps would have had she not intervened. She was with a couple of her friends, and the boys finally left the scene when she attempted to record their video.

Read the details of the horrific incident here.




In a matter of hours, her tweet-series has gained a lot of attention and several people on social media are talking about it. The Delhi Police was tagged by several users on the thread and though they initially seemed to tweet an automated response, the woman later clarified on Facebook that she has provided the police with all the details.

“I spoke with the Additional DCP South Delhi, and the SHO Safdarjung. I explained the incident and have provided all the details I had, like timing, location, partial number plate,” she wrote. “The cops are on it, as well,” she concluded.



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  1. T
    Jul 6, 2017 at 10:59 pm
    Wearing shorts in a country like India and that at late hours in invitation to trouble . Perverts rapists all around . most of these girls belong to orthodox families and migrate from backward states and to metropolitan cities and they try everything to look western to attract boys .
    1. M
      Jul 7, 2017 at 2:02 am
      By your comment looks like those boys were like you only pervert who will think girls just dress upto attract them so they can do anything. Your attempt to hide your sick thinking is very clear
    2. Anon
      Jul 6, 2017 at 8:13 pm
      The real problem in Delhi is all the Hind0s, they are saffron terrorists. Delhi and Indians need to get rid of them, in order to fix this problem.
      1. J
        Jul 6, 2017 at 8:29 pm
        name 1 communal non bangladeshi incident in the news recently in delhi ?
      2. S
        Jul 6, 2017 at 6:58 pm
        I dont get it absolutely, my first instict would have been to click a picture of the car, no matter how scared or confused, atleast when they were trying to run away, i dont doubt her words, but i am not sure she was confused
        1. I
          Jul 6, 2017 at 6:48 pm
          Sounds terrible---horrific---absolute lawlessness. I would blame it grossly on our judiciary being unable to deliver. Had there been exemplary cases, sense would prevail in society. But what I see is that everywhere police is being blamed for inaction. Remember, even if police would do the required, these guys would get out laughing in the face of these very policemen. There are very many examples and none I can think of which drives scare down the spine of the perpetrators. Winston Churchill said once "If people are getting true justice, the society / country can survive anything"