Gurugram: Woman held captive, sexually assaulted for days in hotel
In a shocking incident reported from Haryana's Gurugram, a 22-year-old woman was allegedly held captive inside a hotel room by two men, the police said on Wednesday. The woman from West Bengal was lured by one of the men known to her on the pretext of getting a good job. She was allegedly thrashed and sexually assaulted by one of them.
The woman tried to escape from the hotel at Sector 46 on Tuesday night but was caught by the duo, who pushed her into their car and tried to leave the hotel. However, they found a police van at the exit gate of the hotel. The accused panicked and fled leaving the car and woman behind, the police said. Later, one of them was caught.
The police said that one of the accused is on the run. Both the accused have been booked under sections 323 (causing hurt), 342 (wrongful confinement), 354-B (sexual assault), 376/511 (rape attempt), and 34 (common intention) of the Indian Penal Code, the police further said.
In another incident, a 14-year-old girl was allegedly raped for two months by a man from her neighborhood in Gurugram, the police said on Wednesday. The accused allegedly lured the class 8 girl on the pretext of marriage and repeatedly raped her for two months. He then abducted her four days ago. Her family found her near the Bilaspur Chowk on the Delhi-Jaipur highway.
An FIR was lodged at the Bilaspur police station on the complaint of the girl's father. The accused and the girl were neighbors. "On July 8, the accused abducted my daughter. We found her late at night and brought her home. On Tuesday, she told us the accused had raped her and threatened to kill her family members," the father said in the complaint.
The station house officer of the Bilaspur police station said that the accused is on the run and raids are being conducted to nab him. The FIR was lodged under sections 363 (punishment for kidnapping), 366A (procuration of minor girl), and 506 (criminal intimidation) of the Indian Penal Code, and section 6 of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, the police said.