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Woman gangraped by doctor, aide in South Delhi

New Delhi: A 40-year-old woman has accused a doctor and another man of raping her in Hauz Khas area of South Delhi, police said on Sunday.

 Woman gangraped by doctor, aide in South Delhi


In a complaint filed with the police on Saturday, the woman also alleged that the duo and two others had raped her about three years ago, but she could not gather the courage to approach police then.

Police have so far arrested one person, Vikas (40) who had allegedly raped her three years ago.

As per the complaint, the incident took place on Saturday afternoon when Raj Narayan (40), whom the woman knew, took her to the Sai Temple area in Lodhi Colony to meet 75-year-old Relia, a doctor, for a security guard's job at a dispensary.

"Then, the three left for Hauz Khas to meet 80-year-old Kishore Chand Narang at his residence, where Reila and Narayan allegedly took turns to rape her. Narang was present at the house at that time," said a police officer.

After the assault, they left her in front of AIIMS Trauma Centre around 5.30 pm, following which the woman approached the police.

"We have registered a case after medical test confirmed rape," the officer added.

The woman told police that Narayan, Reila, Narang and Vikas had gang-raped her about three years.

Police said efforts were on to nab the three other accused.


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Updated Date: Mar 31, 2014 07:44:48 IST

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