Haryana CBSE Topper Allegedly Abducted And Gang-Raped, Parents Complain of Police Inaction

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The victim, a second-year college student, is a former Haryana CBSE board exam topper and was even felicitated by the President of India. — Representational image

This incident from Haryana’s Mahendargarh district raises serious questions at the BJP-ruled state’s law and order situation.

CHANDIGARH — Three men allegedly kidnapped a 19-year-old college student before dragging her to a field where she was gang-raped by a group of men including the abductors on Wednesday in Mahendragarh district.

A second-year college student, the survivor is a former Haryana CBSE board exam topper and was even felicitated by the President of India.

The Haryana Police on Friday launched a manhunt for three youths identified by the victim who said that she was gang-raped by them on Wednesday.

The victim and her parents alleged that the police were not taking action in the matter and were dealing with it casually.

The accused, who belong to the same village as the victim, allegedly kidnapped her in their vehicle on Wednesday while she was on her way for coaching classes to Rewari town.

She alleged that they gave her water to drink which was laced with sedative.

She said that the three raped her in Kanina village till she fell unconscious and later dumped her at a bus stop near the village.

The survivor has alleged that all of the accused are men from her own village. Meanwhile, the Haryana CBSE topper’s parents told news agency PTI that when they approached local law enforcement, the police refused to register a First Information Report (FIR) in this case.

The parents of the student further claimed that they were threatened by the accused to refrain from reporting the case to authorities. We have been running from pillar to post trying to register an official complaint, said the parents of the rape survivor.

This incident from Haryana’s Mahendargarh district raises serious questions at the BJP-ruled state’s law and order situation.

The police later registered as ‘Zero FIR’ (in which the case is later transferred to the concerned police station). — Agencies

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