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20 June 2017, 10:48 | Terri Saunders
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A 35-year-old woman was abducted from Gurgaon and thrown out of a vehicle in Greater Noida early today after being allegedly gangraped for hours by three men as they drove through the National Capital Region, police said.
She was found on the road by a passerby and then taken by the police to a local hospital. They drove around on the streets of Sohna for several hours while repeatedly raping the woman.
"We reached at the spot and found the woman lying unattended".
The woman, a resident of Bharatpur, Rajasthan had come to meet a relative in Sohna last week. The UP government will help the Haryana Police with whatever help they need to probe the incident, Singh said.
The police is waiting for the results of medical tests that were conducted on her this morning. We are examining whether they lodged a zero FIR in this regard. The woman was attacked on a major highway linking Delhi with Gurgaon after getting into an auto-rickshaw with her daughter around midnight on May 29 to travel to her parents' house in Gurgaon.
No arrests have been made as yet. The woman has been taken back to Sohna to determine where she was abducted from and where the alleged rape occurred, Kumar added.
The incident had occurred when the young woman left her accommodation in Bas Khusla village at Manesar after having a tiff with her husband and neighbour.
The incidents underscore that women continue to vulnerable in the region, more than four years after the Dec 16, 2012 gangrape and murder of physiotherapy intern Jyoti Pandey.
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