3 more cases of minors rape reported in Delhi

15-year-old girl15-year-old girl was allegedly abducted by two men, who made her to drink alcohol. (Indian express)

Even as the Delhi Police grapple with the brutal rape of a five-year-old, who was assaulted in East Delhi a week ago, three more incidents of rape of minors were reported from the capital on Sunday.

In the first incident, a 15-year-old girl was allegedly abducted by two men, who made her drink alcohol and gangraped her at knife-point in an isolated area in Samaipur Badli, Northwest Delhi, on Friday.

The girl told police that she was abducted by one Rinku (22) and his accomplice Vinod, while she was on her way to the neighbourhood market around 10 am.

The girl told police that the accused, who live in her neighbourhood, forced her onto their motorcycle. They drove off to an abandoned field a few kilometres away, where, they reportedly forced her to drink four bottles of beer, police said.

"Rinku and Vinod then took turns to rape her and later dumped her outside her house. The girl informed her parents and police were informed subsequently. A medical examination at the Ambedkar hospital has confirmed rape," police officers said. While Rinku has been arrested, while Vinod is absconding, police said.

In the second incident, an 11-year-old girl was allegedly abducted by a rickshaw puller while she was playing outside her house, police said. He allegedly raped her around 1.30 pm Sunday at his residence, police said.

The accused has been identified as 50-year-old Pawan, who lives in the same locality as the victim. Medical examination of the girl has confirmed rape, police said.

The girl told police that the rickshaw puller had threatened to kill her if she told anyone about the incident. However, as soon as she got home, the girl told informed her mother, police said. Residents of the locality, who learnt of the incident, assaulted Pawan before handing him over to police.

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