25-Year-Old Woman Was Kidnapped and Gang-raped in Noida

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According to the police, the woman was allegedly picked up from near Noida's Golf Course Metro station gate and was raped in a Mahindra Scorpio vehicle.

In a shocking incident that raises questions about the security of women in India, a BPO employee was allegedly gang raped in a moving vehicle. While she stopped in response, they dragged her in their Scorpio and moved towards Delhi.She was gangraped on way and later debunked near Akshardham temple.

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A BPO employee was allegedly abducted from near the Golf Course metro station here, gang-raped in a moving auto and then dumped near the Akshardham temple in Delhi, the police said today. Singh said she was dumped near Akshardham temple in Delhi around 2am after which she called the police control room. Police are now conducting an investigation into the same, said ANI.

In the morning, the victim managed to reach her residence after which police was informed.

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The woman contacted the Delhi police after which she was brought to Noida and an FIR was lodged at the Sector 39 police station.

However, the woman has refused to go through the medical examination as well as handing-over her phone citing privacy, SHO Avnish Dixit has said. A police team arrived on the spot and took her to Sector 39 police station in Noida.

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