New Delhi: In yet another shocking incident, a 40-year-old woman, who had been stuck for a month in Sawai Madhopur due to the ongoing COVID-19 lockdown was allegedly gangraped by three men in a government school premises on the night of April 23-24. Also Read - Gujarat Extends Night Curfew In 36 Cities Till May 18: Check Latest Timing, Restrictions And Guidelines
A police official said that all three accused identified as Rishikesh Meena, Lakhan Regar and Kamal Kharwal have been arrested and produced before a court. District Collector Nannu Mal Pahadia has also ordered an inquiry into the matter Also Read - Kerala Man Steals Bus to Meet His Wife & Kid, Arrested After Fooling Cops in 4 Districts
In her statement, the victim said that she decided to walk down to Jaipur as she was not able to make her way back to her home for over a month. Notably, the woman had gone to Dausa jail to visit her son, an accused in a gangrape case. Reports claimed that the woman was also an accused in the gangrape-POCSO case, however, she was acquitted last year. Also Read - Rajasthan Door To Door Survey: 7 Lakh Show Fever, Cold And Cough Symptoms | Details Here
” “Her son was shifted from a jail in Jaipur to Dausa due to coronavirus. She had been moving around in the district for the past month. On April 23, when she reached a village, the beat constable informed the head constable about her”, a leading portal quoted Sawai Madhopur SP Sudheer Choudhary as saying.
The SP further informed that the woman was sent to a local quarantine facility after her medical examination was done