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Another rape case shakes up Gurgaon
Gurgaon again faces shame with another gangrape case reported on April 15. The Manager of a multi-speciality hospital was allegedly gang-raped by two men, one of them being her colleague. The 30 year-old, a resident of Delhi was raped inside a reputed Gurgaon hotel where the duo lured her on the pretext to help her son get admission in a notable school in Delhi. The two accused, identified as Kamal and Manish Kapoor, invited her for lunch a at the City Mark Hotel.

Police said that Kapoor had promised the woman of helping her son get into a prominent Delhi school. Kapoor invited the woman to introduce her to his friend, who he said is an influential person in the admission process.

Unknown to the victim, Kapoor had booked a room at the City Mark hotel where the meeting was fixed. Investigating Officer (IO) Ashok Kumar told India Today "After lunch, the two accused invited her to a hotel room for discussing the details about the admission."

On reaching the hotel room, Kamal and Kapoor laced her with sedatives offered her in soft drink which she consumed and became unconscious. Being in the unconscious state, the duo took advantage and gang-raped her inside the room.

The victim approached the Rohini Police Station on the same day and registered an FIR against the two.

Since the incident took place in Gurgaon, the Rohini Police Station registered a zero FIR and transferred the case to its Gurgaon counterpart on Sunday. Kumar said "We registered an FIR against Manish Kapoor and Kamal under Section 376G and 34 of IPC at the Civil line police station and arrested them on Sunday evening," Both Kamal and Kapoor were then produced in a Gurgaon civil court on Monday which sent them to 14-day judicial custody.

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