BPO employee alleges rape in car, does U-turn in court: Police
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A 32-year-old woman, working with a leading BPO in Gurgaon, on Thursday alleged she was gangraped by two men in a moving car who later dumped her at a bus stand. But police said the woman later did a U-turn in court and retracted her statement.
The FIR, however, has not been quashed and police said they are still probing the complaint. No arrest has been made so far. Police said they are investigating if she knew the men in the car. Details of the vehicle are also being checked whether it was privately owned or a call centre cab.
A police officer said the incident was reported to police after 1 am Thursday. A case has been registered under IPC sections 376 (2) (g) and 506 gangrape and punishment for criminal intimidation) at the DLF Phase 2 police station.
Police said the woman, who is married, told them that she left office at 7.30 pm Wednesday. She took a ride home in a car waiting outside the office. According to police, the woman said two men took turns to rape her while the car was being driven around. She said she was later dropped at a bus stand.
But the incident, which sent shockwaves in the city and had police scrambling to get leads, took a turn when the woman was taken to the Gurgaon civil hospital. Police claimed she refused to undergo a medical examination and later, while appearing before a magistrate, retracted her statement about being sexually assaulted.
Gurgaon Police Commissioner Alok Mittal said: "There is absolutely no way we are quashing the FIR. In fact, we are still investigating the reason behind the woman making such a claim and giving contrasting statements. Some employees from her BPO are also being investigated. We want to know the real motive behind this and why she did what she did."
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