Rajasthan student gangraped, friend thrashed by sacked policemen
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A 20-year-old girl was allegedly gangraped by two sacked jawans of Rajasthan Police Constabulary, the police said.
"The girl was with her friend on a motorbike on March 7 when the accused, also on motorcycle, chased and stopped them near Rawatbhata road.
The accused identified as Mohan Singh and Jai Kumar, posing as policemen, sought papers of the motorbike and asked the couple to come to a police outpost with them saying that they were roaming in suspicious circumstances," SHO Dadabadi police station-Kota, Dharmendra Kumar said today.
"The couple was forced to sit on Jai Kumar's motorcycle, while Mohan Singh drove the boy's bike to an isolated area where they beat the boy and took turns to rape the girl," he said.
After the incident, the couple reported the matter to the police and an FIR was lodged.
Mohan Singh was arrested on Saturday, he said, adding he was sent to judicial custody till March 16.
Another accused Jai Kumar is still absconding and a hunt is on to arrest him, he said.
The girl was living in a rented accommodation in Kota city and attending medical coaching classes.
Both the accused, who are local residents, were the RAC jawans and they were terminated from the services in 2006 for their involvement in a robbery case, the SHO, who is the investigating officer, said
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