Three arrested for gangrape in Karnal
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The Haryana Police on Tuesday arrested three people on charges of gangrape. A resident of Bayana village had lodged a complaint with the police on December 15 that she was allegedly gangraped by four people. The police registered a case under the SC/ST Act and Prevention of Children from Sexual Offences Act. The victim was medically examined. All the three accused were produced in court, from where they were remanded in judicial custody.
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