- Incident in Dausa district of Rajasthan
- Gagrep incident occurred in Dausa district
- Atrocities with women are continuously happening in the state
- Gang rape of a woman who went to visit Papalaj Mata temple
The question has once again arisen about the safety of women in the state. The latest case has surfaced in Dausa’s lalsot. A gangrape incident took place with a woman from Jaipur. It is being told that the woman went to visit the Papalaj Mata temple and was returning to Jaipur. Meanwhile, a person made the victim sit in her car on the pretext of giving a lift to Jaipur. The accused then took him to his village, where at night, the accused, together with one of his accomplices, carried out the gang rape.
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The woman went to visit Papalaj Mata temple
According to the information received from police sources, the entire incident took place on 19 November. The victim came from Jaipur to visit the Papalaja Mata temple in Dausa. Lalsot was standing at the bus stand to return. During this time, a person named his victim, Bagat Singh Meena, brought the car and made the victim sit in the car on the pretext of leaving Jaipur. After this, the accused left the Kali Mata temple nearby and went there. After some time, the accused came back to the victim and took him in the car on the pretext of Jaipur but instead of taking the victim to Jaipur, the accused took him to his village Poonia where the accused along with his partner Hansraj raped the woman.
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Woman lodged a case in Lalsot police station
According to the information received after the incident, the woman Lalsot reached the police station. Police heard the tragedy there. After this, a case of gang rape was registered in Lalsot police station and the victim got medical. Lalsot DSP Satish Yadav is currently investigating this case. Police say that the accused will be arrested as soon as possible.
Report- Rekha Sharma.