New Delhi: A Nepalese woman was allegedly gangraped by four men in the national capital on Sunday night- who posed concerned for her safety while she sat at a train station late in the night. The woman in her early 20s has filed a police complaint, where she mentioned that she hails from Kathmandu in Nepal and was on her way to Mumbai to meet her brother. Also Read - Mumbai Local Train News: Lawyers Allowed to Use Special Suburban Services | Timings, Guidelines Here

She had got down in Delhi’s Dwarka after a bus journey from Kathmandu and reached the train station for the next leg of her journey. But reportedly, she missed the train to Mumbai and was sitting at the platform when four men approached her. Also Read - Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar Tests Positive for COVID-19

They told her that it was not safe for a woman to be out late in the national capital and promised to help her reach her destination. They then took her to a flat, where they allegedly gangraped her. The four accused then dropped her off at the station and made her take a Mumbai-bound train. Also Read - Mumbai Shocker: Female Dog Sexually Assaulted in Powai, 11-Inch Stick Inserted Into Her Private Part

On reaching Mumbai on Monday, the survivor called her brother and also filed a police complaint. The Mumbai Police registered a complaint and transferred it to the Delhi Police branch.

The survivor has named all the accused and also submitted one of their phone numbers to the police.