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4 years after Nirbhaya incident, 20-year old girl raped in moving car in Delhi
Exactly four years after the Nirbhaya rape case shocked Delhi, a 20-year-old girl was raped in a moving car in Delhi for over two hours.

The woman had come to Delhi in search of a job. The incident happened in south Delhi's Moti Bagh area. Police said the accused had offered to drop the woman at her home in Noida when she was waiting for a bus outside All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) at around 9 pm on Thursday. The car also had bore a sticker of Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA).

The police have identified the owner of the car as Mohit Pawar, a resident of Kotla and the son of a CISF head constable. Pawar has told the police that he had purchased the car a few months ago and a week ago had appointed Aman as the driver. He has confessed that the MHA sticker had expired and he was using it on his car to avoid paying toll tax.

In her statement to the police, the victim has alleged that Aman had claimed that he was the driver of the shared cab and had offered to drop her home for Rs 20. She has alleged that Aman drove her around AIIMS, RK Puram and then Moti Bagh and when she asked him where he was going, he threatened to kill her.

As per the statement of the woman, she managed to escape from the car and approached a police control room (PCR) van patrolling the area.

By the time the PCR reached the spot where the car was parked, the driver had already fled. The police have seized the car and the accused has been arrested from a friend's place. The police have booked lodged an FIR against the accused under IPC sections 357 and 376.

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