Women gang raped near Gurugram during robbery

Photo related to rape crime.

Gurugram: In a shameful act, two labourers were gang-raped by a group of 8 to 10 robbers who stormed into a casting factory and poultry farm near a village in Gurugram and took off with Rs 42,000 in cash.

According to police, they also cooked themselves chicken using gas stoves of the labourers during the four-hour heist.

Police said that 8 to 10 men armed with pistols and sharp weapons stormed into the premises in Mandpura village near Pataudi, some 30 km from Gurugram early Sunday morning.

The robbers took two women to different rooms and sexually assaulted them at gunpoint. They tortured the labourers and raped the women for nearly four hours.

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The casting factory and the poultry farm belonged to Gurugram resident Pritam Singh.

Gurugram police chief Sandeep Khirwar, who visited the crime scene, said that several police teams were formed to find the robbers and have registered a case at Pataudi police station.

A CBI inquiry was ordered into the incident after the Manohar Lal Khattar government faced criticism for poor law and order situation in the state.

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