Gangrape with woman in Pushpak Express- police engaged in search of accused

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Gangrape with woman in Pushpak Express- police engaged in search of accused- The incidence of sexual crimes against women in Maharashtra does not seem to be decreasing. However, these crimes are increasing at a very fast rate. The latest case is of Pushpak Express coming from Lucknow to Mumbai. In which four people gang-raped a woman passenger.

At present, the GRP has registered a case and started an investigation. In search of the four accused, raids are being conducted at possible places.

According to the information, suddenly 7 to 8 thieves had entered inside the train. Who looted the first 15 to 20 passengers. After that, a 20-year-old girl traveling in the train was gang-raped. At present, 4 suspects have been taken into custody in this entire case. After this incident, the question mark has again been put on the safety of women. The incident took place in the sleeper coach around 8 pm on Friday night. Due to this unexpected incident, there is an atmosphere of fear among the people among the passengers.

gang rape in ghat area

According to GRP Police Commissioner Kaiser Khalid, when the train was passing through the Ghat area. Then the robbers carried out the incident of gang rape. According to the information, on reaching Kasara railway station after crossing the ghat, the victim pleaded with the passengers for help.

Considering the seriousness of the matter, the GRP also took immediate action. At present, four miscreants have been taken into custody. While the search is on for the other four people. This matter is being investigated by the team of GRP and Crime Branch. According to the police, properties worth about Rs 96,390, mostly mobile phones, and 34,200 cash have been recovered by the robbers.

Such incidents have happened before

Earlier, a case of gang-rape with a minor girl was also reported in Pune city. At the same time, the case of rape and brutal murder of a woman in Sakinaka area of ​​Mumbai made headlines. In Maharashtra, such cases are coming up frequently in many districts. Despite this, the government is not able to take any specific step to stop these crimes.

chairperson of women’s commission

In Maharashtra, the Women’s Commission was constituted in the state government for the safety of women and to protect their interests, but this commission has no chairman for the last two years. At present, the responsibility of this is with the Minister of Women and Child Development Yashomati Thakur. Yashomati Thakur has also brought this matter to the ears of the Chief Minister many times, but till now no decision has been taken on this subject.