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Jamia Nagar gangrape victim: Latest updates from Okhla

Jamia Nagar gangrape victim: Latest updates from Okhla.

The incident of minor girl being allegedly gangraped by classmate and friends several times need no introduction as OKHLATIMES had carried the story earlier. In the latest development, reports have surfaced that on Tuesday she was rushed to a hospital after health deteriorated.

Musharraf Hussain, Zakir Nagar-based social activist who had helped the victim’s mother file an FIR at Jamia Nagar police station on August 27 night, told Indiatimes: “She was supposed to record her statement before a magistrate under Section 164 CrPc but it could not happen as she was unable to speak because of severe pain in throat. She has been subjected to forced oral and unnatural sex by the rapists. After her health deteriorated on Tuesday night, she was taken to a hospital by a team of Delhi Commission for Women (DCW). We do not have any information on where she is being treated.”

Going by the media reports it has come the knowledge that the minor was first raped in early August and the act was filmed. And since then she was blackmailed threatening that if she does not accept his demands the video would be made public. It was after this that her ordeal started, said reports, adding that she was taken to several places in the city and raped on several occasions.

“Since then, he started blackmailing my daughter and kept raping her. Over a period of time, he was joined by different people at different places. When we noticed that she is coming home late, we inquired about it. But she did not disclose anything. She was threatened of dire consequences,” the victim’s mother had earlier told Indiatimes.

Investigation in the case is going on.

OKHLATIMES was not able to get feedback from the authorities and others in the case.

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