Matunga gang-rape: Sixth accused held
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Police on Monday arrested the sixth accused in the Matunga gang-rape case. The accused, 19-year-old Imran Shaikh, was arrested from Dharavi. Police said around 11.30 pm on Friday, the accused barged into the slum near Matunga railway station, where the victim lived with her husband. They allegedly assaulted the husband and raped the woman. Two of the accused were known to the victim's husband, police said. They said the accused were rag-pickers who consumed drugs near the railway tracks at Matunga railways station.
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