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Ghaziabad gang-rape cooked up, woman lying about rape to frame men: Cops

The matter was escalated by a video post by Delhi Commission for Women chief Swati Maliwal, who alleged that the 36-year-old was wrapped in a jute bag, with her arms and legs tied, and an iron rod still inside her.

By Ruchi Upadhyay 
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New Delhi: A Delhi woman has alleged that she was gang-raped and thrashed by five men in Ghaziabad (Uttar Pradesh). But the Ghaziabad Police has called the claim made by this woman false. At the same time, the woman is accusing the police of lying.

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According to the police, a complete conspiracy was hatched to grab the property, on which there was a dispute between the woman and the accused. Apart from this, three accomplices of the woman have also been arrested. The police have also said that we have enough evidence.

So, the woman claimed that she was gang-raped by five men for two days. Apart from this, the woman has accused the police of lying to the police by sharing a video from the patient’s ward on social media.

According to Guru Tegh Bahadur Hospital, the condition of the victim is stable and she has not suffered any serious internal injuries. However, hospital sources also said that some marks of sexual abuse were found on the woman’s body. A ‘foreign object’ appears in his body.

The Delhi Commission for Women has issued a notice to the Ghaziabad Police in this matter. Commission chief Swati Maliwal has said in the notice that the ‘Nirbhaya’ case was withdrawn from this unfortunate incident. The woman from Delhi was found wrapped in a sack, with her hands and feet tied.

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The police never confirmed these details. However, while arresting four of the five people named by the woman, they referred to a property dispute.

Doctors at GTB hospital, where the woman was taken, also denied she had any internal injury, as claimed by Ms Maliwal.

The police say investigations have revealed that the woman spent the two days that she was missing with her friends.

“She was with two of her friends for the two days – the duration for which she’d alleged she’d been kidnapped and raped by five men,” said Praveen Kumar, UP’s regional police chief, on Thursday.

Phone signals revealed that one of her friends had switched off his phone right at the spot where she was found, near Ashram Road that connects Ghaziabad with Delhi.

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“We have recovered the car in which she went with her friends and stayed with them for two days,” Mr Kumar claimed.

The woman had claimed she was kidnapped at gunpoint when waiting for a bus for Delhi after attending a birthday party in Ghaziabad. Her brother had dropped her off at the bus stand, she had said, from where five men in a car dragged her into it and raped her in captivity.

“The complaint was all a conspiracy hatched to file a rape case on the five men,” the police officer said.

“Evidence has also been found that one of them gave money to a person through PayTM to give more publicity to the rape case,” the officer added. That friend already has three criminal cases registered against him.

On Wednesday, when she was found, she was first taken to a government hospital in Ghaziabad; then asked to move to Meerut. She refused to go through a medical examination at both the places, the police said.

On her insistence, she was admitted to GTB Hospital in Delhi, police said.

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Swati Maliwal has yet to respond to the dramatic twist in the case.

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