In yet another spine-chilling incident of sexual assault, a 37-year-old Nepalese woman was allegedly gang-raped by four men in Haryana’s Yamunanagar. The incident took place after the four men tied up her husband. The incident occurred at a village in Yamunanagar district on late Thursday night.
The couple and their two-year-old daughter live in a tubewell room in the village. The husband of the woman is an agricultural labourer. In her complaint, the woman stated that late Thursday, the five accused arrived in a car and gang-raped the Nepalese woman after tying her husband in the verandah.
“Five persons with covered faces came in a car at the tubewell around 11 pm on Thursday. I along with my daughter was sleeping in the room and my husband was sleeping in the verandah. They tied my husband. Four persons raped me,” the Nepalese woman said, TOI report.
The 37-year-old woman further added that when the fifth person tried to sexually assault her, she pushed him aside. Due to the push, he fell down, after which the fifth person threatened the woman with dire consequences and fled. Following which she untied her husband.
After the incident, the couple narrated their ordeal to their landlord who assisted them to the local police station. A case was then registered against the five accused under IPC sections 342 (wrongful confinement), 376D (gang-rape), 452 (house-trespass), and 506 (criminal intimidation). The case is being investigated.
What You Should Know
- Four men gang-raped a Nepalese woman after tying her husband.
- The couple lives in a tubewell room in a village in Yamunanagar, Haryana.
- Investigations are underway against the accused.
In another such horrifying incident, four robbers entered a house forcefully and gang-raped a girl after looting Rs. 4.67 lakh from the house in Uttar Pradesh’s Saharanpur district. Meanwhile, the police have registered a case against the four accused but have denied the gang-rape charge and termed it a case of loot.
Sanskriti Tiwari is an intern with SheThePeople.TV.