35-year-old woman alleges gangrape in moving car near Akshardham temple
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A 35-year-old married woman was allegedly abducted and gangraped by six men in a moving car near Akshardham temple, on Sunday morning.
The incident was reported near Akshardham temple in East Delhi at 10 am, when the woman was walking on the road.
According to police, she was picked up by the accused who were inside a car.
"One of the men pulled her inside. The six men then took turns raping her. The woman has given us a few names that she heard while she was in the car. We are trying to verify them and identify the accused," a senior police officer told Newsline.
The men then dropped her outside Bhairon temple near Pragati Maidan.
The woman then approached Tilak Marg police station but since she was abducted from East Delhi, she was taken to Mandawali police station and a case was registered. Medical examination has confirmed sexual intercourse.
Two men named in the case are accused of raping her in 2012 . Police said the woman has filed three rape cases in the past 12 years.
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