Woman Gang-Raped, Burnt Alive By 5 Men In Uttar Pradesh

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SAMBHAL, UTTAR PRADESH: A 30-Year-Old Woman was scorched alive in the wake of being pack assaulted by 5 men in the town in Uttar Pradesh’s Sambhal area. The virtual Act occurred on Friday night (July 13) when the casualty was with her six-year-old little girl in her home. The casualty’s better half is a worker and dwells in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh.


Police said that the blamed took her to a cottage close-by and purportedly posse assaulted her, additionally said that the casualty was resting when her assailants burst into her home and brutalized her. They supposedly set her ablaze later, said Gunnaur Circle officer Aqil Ahmad, citing from the objection held up by the casualty’s significant other.

Officer Ahmad likewise said that he had enlisted an FIR Case under IPC’s segments 376D (pack assault), 302 (kill), 201 (causing vanishing of proof of offense), 147 (discipline for rioting)against five men who professedly assaulted her. They are distinguished as Aram Singh, Mahaveer, Charan Singh, Gullu, and Bhona. In the interim, the casualty’s body has been sent for after death examination.


The relatives of the casualty said that Accused called her and disclosed to her that they would murder her. Responding to this, the casualty called the police over and over, however, the calls were supposedly not replied. Consequently, the implied sound has been gotten to when she made the last call to her cousin where she makes a say of her fizzled endeavor to approach the police.

“We have anchored the sound clasp of the last call made by the casualty to her cousin on her versatile number in which casualty specified the names of the five blamed who had jumped into her home and fiercely assaulted her. This is for sure extremely pivotal proof for us. We are near capturing them,” the ADG said.





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