Two Dutch tourists raped, robbed in India
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Two dutch women tourists were allegedly raped several times in last five months by two men posing as tourist guides who also robbed them of their money, police said.
One of the accused, identified as Yasir Altaf, has been arrested in this connection while efforts are being made to arrest his associate, identified as Omar Baktoo, on the basis of a complaint lodged by one of the victims at Connaught Place police station, a senior police officer said.
According to police, the two dutch women were on a world tour and had arrived here to visit various places in India on January 5.
They fell in the trap of Altaf and Baktoo, who posed themselves as tourist guides working for a government tourist agency.
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