Amroha: Even after stringent laws on rape in the country, crimes against women has not stopped. The latest case has come out from Uttar Pradesh. In Uttar Pradesh's Amroha district late on Saturday, four bike-riding miscreants gang-raped a woman who was returning home along with her husband.
The accused gang-raped the woman in front of the husband and shot her in the arm when she protested against it. After committing the incident, the culprits fled, threatening the couple. After receiving the information, the police reached the spot and admitted both to the hospital for treatment. Simultaneously started searching for miscreants. The girl, who hails from a village under Bachrayun police station area, is married in Meerut.
She was returning to her maternal home with her husband from Chandpur late on Saturday night. After getting off the Garhwal Express train in Dhanaura, both were coming to Kuankheda village by e-rickshaw. According to the victim, as soon as they reached near Milak village, four miscreants riding two bikes stopped them. After this, the miscreants drove the e-rickshaws away and took them to a roadside farm. Where he gang-raped her. When the husband protested, the miscreants shot him in the hand. The police have registered a case and started an investigation.