Shocking: Bengaluru call centre employee allegedly abducted and gangraped at knife-point

A call centre employee in South-East Bengaluru was allegedly abducted and gangraped at knife-point. On 3rd October, the woman was waiting to get into an auto near a junction in Madiwala. India Today reported that according to the police, the accused persons, came in a tempo travelling van. They saw the victim and asked her where she wanted to go. She told them where she was headed and they told them they were going the same way and that they could drop her.

The victim is from Madhya Pradesh. She has alleged that after she got into the vehicle, one of the accused threatened her at knife-point while the other drove towards Domlur. They took her around Silk Board junction, St John’s hospital road and other areas, until they found an isolated spot near Domlur and raped her.

They dropped her back back to the same place near Madiwala and fled. She contacted a friend and was taken to a private hospital for treatment. She was discharged from the hospital Monday morning.

City Police Commissioner N S Megharikh said,

A woman in her twenties, an employee with a call centre here, was gangraped on the night of October 3 by two persons in South-East Bengaluru.

A special team under Deputy Commissioner of Police (South-East) Rohini Katoch Sepat has been employed to find out the accused duo. The case is being invested by The Madiwala police. They have confirmed the incident and said that the efforts are on to nab the accused persons. The CCTV footages of major traffic junctions in the locality has been collected to find out the vehicle and the accused persons.

News information is sourced from India Today

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