Newly-wed woman gang-raped by husband's relatives, tantrik in Haryana's Yamunanagar; 'zero FIR' filed

A newly married woman was allegedly gang raped by her husband's relatives and a 'tantrik' in Haryana's Yamunanagar, police said Saturday.

Press Trust of India September 30, 2018 08:09:47 IST
Newly-wed woman gang-raped by husband's relatives, tantrik in Haryana's Yamunanagar; 'zero FIR' filed

Kurukshetra: A newly married woman was allegedly gang-raped by her husband's relatives and a 'tantrik' in Haryana's Yamunanagar, police said Saturday.

According to a complaint filed by the woman's father in Kurukshetra on Saturday, she was married to a resident of Yamunanagar on 12 September this year. Soon after the marriage, her in-laws called her father and said she was mentally sick.

Newlywed woman gangraped by husbands relatives tantrik in Haryanas Yamunanagar zero FIR filed

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When the father reached her home, he found her lying in an unconscious condition. After gaining consciousness, she narrated him the whole incident.

"She told us that on the first day of her marriage, the family had called a occultist at home. After administration of some intoxicating substance, she was made to have sexual intercourse with her husband's elder brother and her sister-in-law's husband," the father alleged in the complaint.

She was made to involve herself in some activities with the occultist for next three days, during which she was gang-raped several times, he said.

The father said his daughter's mother-in-law and two sisters-in-law were also involved in the conspiracy.

The accused would burn her clothes after raping her to destroy any evidence of the crime, the FIR stated.

Station House Officer Satya Devi said a zero FIR was registered and the case was transferred to Yamunanagar Police Station for further investigation.

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