After Sakinaka, brutality in Chhattisgarh

Raipur: The rape and vandalism of a 30-year-old woman in Mumbai's Sakinaka area had not yet subsided when a case of cruelty came to light from Chhattisgarh shocked the country. A 28-year-old woman was raped overnight and left hungry and they fled.

In fact, three persons including the Ashram Superintendent have been taken into custody by the police for gang-raping a woman in the Korba district of Chhattisgarh. Police officials said on Thursday that Boys Hostel Superintendent Vijay Kanwar (30), relatives of Mahila sarpanch Ramlal Kanwar alias Balla (30) and Hiralal (26) have been taken into custody in connection with the gang rape of a 28-year-old woman from Dipka police station area of the district.

Officials said the woman had gone to bring water from the tap on the evening of September 13 and did not return till late. After waiting, when her parents reached the tap site, she was not there. The family searched for her overnight and reached the police station the next day on September 14 and handed it over to the Police. Officials said police registered a case and launched a search for the woman. On September 15, she was found at the cattle-tying place at the house of village man Vijay Kanwar. The woman's hands and feet were tied. She had been hungry for three days. The police officers were also surprised to see her condition.

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