CBSE topper from Haryana raped, police refused to register FIR initially, mother identifies two culprits as Munish & Pankaj


Police refused to file an FIR,  later, a ‘zero FIR’ was filed which means the FIR was filed in a police station which was not in charge of the area and will be transferred to the relevant police station

The Hush Post: A 19-year-old college student, awarded by the President for topping after the CBSE board exam, was allegedly kidnapped and gang-raped by a group of men in Haryana.

The second-year student was on her way to a coaching centre near her village in Rewari.  Three youths who were following her dragged her to a field where they raped her. She was allegedly raped till she fell unconscious, and later dumped at a bus stand, according to a news report.

A few other men who were already on the fields also took turns to rape her, the police said. The woman says all the men are from her village.

“They threatened to kill her. The girl is in a state of shock and very terrified,” the mother of the girl said while talking to a regional news channel.

Talking to NDTV, her parents have alleged the police refused to take their complaint and file an FIR. They said they have been running from one police station to another, hoping to file a complaint, after the accused threatened them.

Speaking to News 18, the victim’s mother has said that two men named Pankaj and Munish are among those who raped her daughter.

A police officer, however, claimed a “zero FIR” has been filed against the accused based on the woman’s complaint and investigations are on. A zero FIR is filed in a police station which is not in charge of the area where the crime took place and can be transferred to the relevant police station.


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