Gurgaon: A 23-year-old girl working in a pub at a mall in Gurgaon was allegedly gang-raped by six youth in a flat in the city.
After the assault, the girl was dropped by the youth near Chattarpur Metro Station in Delhi where she approached Delhi Police who in turn contacted their Gurgaon counterparts.
On the complaint of the girl, Gurgaon Police have lodged an FIR against six unknown youth and have started the investigation, Gurgaon Deputy Commissioner of Police, East, Maheshwere Dayal said.
On the complaint of the girl, Gurgaon Police have lodged an FIR against six unknown youth and have started the investigation.
According to the girl's complaint, she was going to her home in a taxi after completing her duty in the pub in Sahara Mall on Sunday night when occupants of a car forced the taxi driver to stop the vehicle.
As the taxi stopped, the car-borne youth kidnapped her and took her to a flat where they raped her, the girl alleged.
Police said they are getting the girl medically examined and following all leads.
"We have crucial leads. Soon we will be able to solve the case," a police officer said, adding "we are getting CCTV footage from the pub so that we get more clues from there".
He said the taxi driver is not the suspect.
In January this year, some youths had tried to abduct and molest a girl outside the same mall.
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