Widow gang-raped by her two brother-in-laws in Gr Noida
Greater Noida: A woman in her late 20s has been allegedly kept hostage and gang raped by her two brother-in-laws for more than twenty days in sector Omicron-II of Greater Noida, victim's brother has claimed. Police have registered a case while no arrests have been made so far.
According to police, the woman was married to Kailash, a native of Bulandshahr district, around two years ago. However, due to prolonged illness Kailash died around a month ago while the woman was living with her in-laws as they denied to let her go with her family.
"Seema (changed name) had been living with her in-laws in Chhatari area of Bulandshahr after the death of her husband. We had asked them to let her stay with us but they denied. Around twenty days ago, her in-laws took her to a house in sector Omicron-II of Greater Noida where they thrashed her and gang raped her for several days after making her consume sleeping pills," said Nem Singh, victim's brother.
He further said that Kailash's younger brother, Pawan, and their sister's husband, Ravi, both used to rape her for these days. Also the four of a family didn't allow her to talk to us and kept on thrashing and raping her.
"Since the time they had brought Seema to Greater Noida, they didn't allow us to talk to her and make excuses saying that she is ill. However when we suspected something to be fishy we began to search her," added Singh. On February 20, Seema's family rescued her from the house located in block-A of Omicron-II sector and immediately called police helpline number.
The family then filed a complaint against four members of the family, including Seema's brother-in-law and his wife, sister-in-law and her husband.
"Based on the complaint received, a case under section 323 (punishment for voluntarily causing hurt), 342 (punishment for wrongful confinement), 328 (causing hurt by means of poison) and 376-D (gang rape) of Indian Penal Code against four persons including two women at Dadri police station. The rape survivor was sent for the medical examination while search operations are underway to nab the accused persons," said a senior police officer of Dadri police station.