UPSC IAS aspirant on way back after coaching gang raped in Bhopal

UPSC IAS aspirant on way back after coaching gang raped in Bhopal

"An enquiry was conducted by a DIG rank officer and prima facie it was found that the suspended officers fought over jurisdiction", Makrand Deoskar, Inspector General of Police in charge of law and order of the state, said in a press conference in Bhopal.

The attack took place on Tuesday as the woman was leaving coaching classes for a civil service exam she is due to take which will also allow her to join the police. Acting swiftly, the teams of GRP nabbed one of the accused based on the details provided by the girl and later nabbed three others.

The National Commission for Women (NCW) on Friday wrote to Madhya Pradesh Director General of Police (DGP) R K Shukla calling for strict action against the culprits of Bhopal gangrape. "The girl usually takes a bus while returning to her Vidisha residence, but that day she opted to take a train". As per the reports, she was allegedly tied up by four men who repeatedly raped her under a bridge in the heart of Bhopal. Later, one of them brought two more men, who also raped her. "If I, as a policewoman, have to face such problems in filing my daughter's gang rape complaint, I can't imagine what a common person goes through", she said. She kicked him, after which the man called his brother-in-law Amar Ghuntu - they were together - and both dragged her towards a deserted culvert.

Figures, however, show Madhya Pradesh continues to be one of the most unsafe and risky places for women in the country as one woman is raped in the central state nearly every two hours.

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Two police officers have been sacked for refusing to lodge the complaint.

The victim was assaulted near the city's Habibganj Railway station, and just about 100 metres from a railway police post. They managed to grab them after a scuffle and took the duo to the police station.

He said the officers had accused the woman of telling a "filmi" story, using an Indian English word derived from the movie industry to imply that she was exaggerating.

The family then headed to Habibganj police station, where senior officers directed cops to register a preliminary complaint after they handed over the two accused. "SHO GRP Mohit Saxena and SI Uikey misbehaved with us and said they wouldn't file any case".

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