Family identifies three accused in Bulandshahr mother, daughter gangrape case

Bulandshahr: Three main accused have been identified by the victim’s family in which the mother, daughter gangrape case in Uttar Pradesh Buklandshahr district today.

A woman and her 13-year-old daughter were gangraped by a gang of five bandits near Dostpur village in Bulandshahr district on the Delhi-Kanpur highway.

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The information was given by the Director General of Police (DGP), Javeed Ahmad during a press conference, who was rushed to Bulandshahr by Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav after the incident at village Dostpur here on Delhi-Kanpur highway came into limelight, identified the three detained as Naresh (25), Bablu(22) and Rais (28).

Earlier, at least fifteen suspected people have been detained in this regard for interrogation after the incident took place on Friday night when the family was travelling from Noida to Shahjahanpur in their car.

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A group of bandits waylaid the family, dragged the woman her 13-year-old girl daughter to a nearby field and raped them while the men were tied with ropes.

The incident accrued on National Highway (NH-91) which sparked outrage in the area with opposition parties attacking the ruling Akhilesh Yadav government alleging that Uttar Pradesh is turning “Goonda Raj” and governance had collapsed.

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav gave “24 hours time” to SSP Bulandshar to crack the case while directing disciplinary action against policemen of the area.

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Principal Secretary of UP government has said that the CM asked officials to initiate “stern action against the guilty so that no one could dare to do such crime in future”.

SSP Bulandshahr Vaibhav Krishna said that 15 Special Task Force teams have been pressed into action and were carrying out searches in Bulandshahr, Meerut and other districts

He further added that SHO Ramsen of Kotwali Dehat was relieved from charge of the case and taken off active duty after police reported his negligence in the matter.

 

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