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Gurgaon: 26-year-old woman abducted and gang-raped in moving car
In a third incident in a row, a 26-year-old woman was allegedly abducted and gang-raped in a moving car in Gurgaon.

The woman was kidnapped from Sukhrali, Gurgaon on Saturday and later dumped at a secluded spot in Delhi after being gang-raped. The woman has said that she was attacked when she was on her way to her PG in Gurgaon's Sector 17.

As per her complaint, three men forced her into a Swift Dzire car when she was walking towards her PG. She has alleged that the accused took turns to rape her in the car and threatened to kill her if she talked about the rape.

She has also alleged that the accused were planning to kill her but she begged them not to do so, and so they dumped her at a secluded spot.

With the help of a biker, she was able to reach Najafgarh toll where she contacted Delhi police. A Delhi police officer later accompanied her to her home.

The woman is a resident of Sikkim and has been working in Gurgaon. She has named one of the accused as "Deepak".

The police have lodged an FIR against three unknown people, under sections 376D (gang-rape), 506 (criminal intimidation) and 365 (kidnapping or abducting with intent to secretly and wrongfully confine person). The police are examining CCTV footage of various locations to nab the accused but no arrests have been made do far.

This incident comes just days after a 10-year-old girl was raped by her uncle and in another incident where a 23-year-old girl was raped and brutally murdered. Her decomposed body was later found in Rohtak with her internal organs missing.

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