Cruelty is on its Peak, Woman in Shahdara was Gangraped and Abused by other Women

On Republic Day, four people were arrested after a lady was allegedly beaten and gang-raped in the Vivek Vihar district of Delhi.
Cruelty is on its Peak, Woman in Shahdara was Gangraped and Abused by other Women

Cruelty is on its Peak

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On Republic Day, four people were arrested after a lady was allegedly beaten and gang-raped in the Vivek Vihar district of Delhi. According to reports, a group of women allegedly chopped off her hair, tore her clothes, blackened her face, and paraded her through the streets of Shahdara. The woman was assaulted, according to a video of the incident. R. Sathiyasundaram, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Shahdara, said four ladies had been arrested in connection with the crime. He stated that a sexual assault and abuse case had been filed with the appropriate police station.

A team of elite officers has been formed to investigate into it

"The victim is receiving all available assistance and counseling." This is a significant concern for us. The DCP stated, "A team of elite officers has been formed to investigate into it, and we will arrest all of the culprits soon." The victim woman, according to sources, has lived in the Shahdara region for some years. The lady is married and the mother of a child.

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Cruelty is on its Peak

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His relatives thought he killed himself because of the woman

The man wanted some kindly of relation with her and he used to like her. She had repeatedly turned down his advances. The man committed suicide a few days earlier. His relatives thought he killed himself because of the woman.

Swati Maliwal issued a notice to the Delhi Police

After the incident, the man's family members were enraged, and the family's ladies were the ones who attacked the victim first. The woman is being treated in a hospital and is said to be in stable condition. In connection with the matter, the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) chief Swati Maliwal issued a notice to the Delhi Police. It was the most tragic incident reported from the capital, according to Maliwal.

Swati Maliwal went to the hospital to meet her

"The accused was involved in the illegal liquor trade, gang-raped her. Other women kidnapped her and punish her in a very cruel manner. She was forced to wear a shoe garland. Her face had been blackened, and she was paraded around the neighborhood. This was a very tragic situation. "I'm writing to Delhi Police to request that the woman and her family be given security and that the perpetrators be prosecuted aggressively," Swati said. Swati Maliwal and her colleagues went to the hospital to see the victim and videotape her.

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