New Delhi: Delhi continued to be an unsafe place for women with a 35-year-old housewife alleging that she was kidnapped on Sunday outside Akshardham temple and then gangraped in a moving car before dumping her before the Pragati Maidan metro station in central Delhi, said police.
The woman alleged that she was abducted from Akshardham at around 9 AM by the gang which took turns to rape her in the moving car, which also had two women.
"All the six persons in the white car were known to the victim.
"She told us that she was going from Pandav Nagar to Akshardham and when she reached near the Akshardham metro station, the vehicle moved towards her and she was abducted," police said.
She claimed she was dumped near Pragati Maidan after the sexual assault.
She also claimed her two mobile phones and some jewellery were robbed.
As passers-by spotted her lying outside the station, they informed the police, which had then reached the spot and rushed her to a hospital.
"She complained that she was unwell, so she was taken to the RML (Ram Manohar Lohia) hospital, where she told us that she was raped," an officer was quoted as saying.
A medical examination in the hospital confirmed that she was raped.
The woman gave the police the details of the men and teams were sent out to seek the men.
"Arrests will be made soon since the assailants' residences have been verified," deputy commissioner of police (east) Prabhakar was quoted as saying.
A case was registered. No one was arrested till late in the night.