Woman Abducted, Gangraped By 14 Men In Gaya, Bihar, Island In Falgu River


New Delhi: A shocking report has come in from Gaya district in Bihar, where a 32-year-old woman was gang-raped by 14 men on Monday evening. The victim has been admitted to Magadh medical college and hospital, and her condition is said to be critical.According to an IANS report,  the police said that the victim was kidnapped by two bikers who took her to an island in the middle of the Falgu river. Later, 12 more youths on five motorcycles reached the location and took turns to rape the woman.ALSO READ: FIR Filed Against Narayan Rane For Objectionable Remarks Against Maharashtra CMGhuran Mandal, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Gaya (Sadar) said all the accused are at large. “We are waiting for the statement of the victim. She is under treatment. As soon as she gathers consciousness, we will record her statement. It will help us to identify the accused,” the police officer was quoted as saying by IANS.”The villagers have, however, noticed that a woman was seated on a motorcycle between the biker and the pillion rider. Due to darkness, they were unable to identify the bikers. The villagers suspected foul play but did not react initially. They soon saw 12 other people on five bikes going towards the same direction,” Mandal said.When the villagers suspected something serious taking place at the island in Falgu river they informed the police officers at Mufassil police station. The officer tried peering in but since it was dark they couldn’t see anything fishy. However, they noticed the bikes parked at the riverbank because of which the police personnel swam towards the island. “Upon noticing the police personnel on the island, the youth began fleeing the spot, leaving behind their clothes, shoes, and slippers on the sand. Our staff stated that some of the perpetrators were stark naked while fleeing the crime scene,” Mandal said.”During the search operation, we found an unclothed woman lying unconscious on the sand. We rescued her and took her to the Magadh medical college for treatment. She is said to be a resident of a village near Manpur sub-division. The crime spot is 15 km away from her village,” he added. “We have seized six bikes that were stationed on the bank of the river. The process of collecting details of the motorcycles through registration numbers are currently underway. The accused will be identified and nabbed soon,” the police officer said. The victim’s statement is still awaited.  



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