The police, which became active only after getting information about the incident, through CCTV cameras and phone number surveillance, traced the main accused and succeeded in arresting him on Thursday and also recovered the car used in the incident.
Aggrieved over the alleged gang-rape in Uttar Pradesh’s Mathura district on Tuesday in a moving car incident, allegedly converted into a mere rape case by the police, the victim tried to commit suicide by consuming poison on Thursday. He has been admitted to a private hospital. On getting information about the latest developments, the Inspector General of Police of Agra region reached Kosikalan and took the statement of the victim himself. On the other hand, the police have arrested Tejveer, the main accused in the gang rape and the car used in the incident has also been recovered. The accused Tejveer is being questioned.
It is worth mentioning that the accused and his three other accomplices were allegedly gang-raped after taking a lift in the car on the request of the identified youth while returning home after taking the police recruitment examination in Agra on Tuesday. Was. After this they fled after throwing the victim on the side of the highway. It has been told that he was identified with the accused youth only a few days ago through social media. Apart from this, she only knew his name and phone number.
The police, which became active only after getting information about the incident, through CCTV cameras and phone number surveillance, traced the main accused and succeeded in arresting him on Thursday and also recovered the car used in the incident. According to the victim’s family members, the police have changed the case of alleged gang rape to a case of rape by only one person while the reality is beyond that. However, a response could not be received from the station in-charge of Kosikalan, Sanjeev Tyagi in this matter.
On the other hand, allegedly frustrated by the information being served on this information, the young woman attempted suicide by consuming poison, she was immediately taken to the hospital. After getting information about the incident, Agra Range IG Nachiketa Jha and Senior Superintendent of Police Dr. Gaurav Grover reached the hospital and took care of the girl and assured her of justice. Meanwhile, according to police sources, the Uttar Pradesh State Human Rights Commission has directed Mathura’s Senior Superintendent of Police to get the matter investigated by a jurisdictional level officer and submit a report within 24 hours.
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