Kashmir Indepth
Nation

Woman gang-raped by 12 men in Ludhiana farmhouse

The Punjab Police on Monday conducted raids at various places in Ludhiana district after a young woman alleged she was gang-raped by 12 men at a farmhouse near Jagraon town after she and her male friend were attacked and abducted.

No arrests have been made so far.

The victim, aged around 20 years, told the police that she and her friend were going in a car from South City area of Ludhiana city towards Issewal village on Saturday night when their car was attacked with bricks by two men on a motorcycle.

The attackers, who were joined in by three others, then got into the car and beat up the man (male friend) and took the car to a farmhouse near Jagraon town, around 170 km from here.

They also called up a friend of the man from his mobile phone and demanded a ransom of Rs 2 lakh. The friend approached the police following the call but the police did not take immediate action.

The couple, who were abducted, were allegedly beaten up at the farmhouse and the woman was gang-raped by five men.

She alleged that her attackers called seven other men who also sexually assaulted her.

The couple were set free on Sunday following which they complained to the police regarding the gang-rape and the abduction.

The police registered a case of rape at the Mullanpur Dhaka police station. Police officials said that raids were being conducted to nab the people behind the heinous crime.

Senior police officers from Ludhiana district reached the crime spot (farmhouse) on Monday as police teams started investigating the incident. Agencies

Related posts

CPJ calls on Jammu and Kashmir police to drop charges against journalist Sultan

Kashmir Indepth

COVID-19 vaccination: Registration for children aged 15-18 to begin from Jan 1

Ankit Sharma

Twitter website displays distorted map of India; J&K, Ladakh shown as separate country

Ankit Sharma

PM Modi to chair Council of Ministers meeting on July 14

Ankit Sharma

Agri export activities pick up in Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh, says Centre

Ankit Sharma

Nothing more ‘political, ‘anti-national’ than shutting down of democratic rights in Kashmir: Priyanka

Kashmir Indepth

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More

Privacy & Cookies Policy