No one helped Nepal woman who walked nude on Delhi road - after escaping from rapists
Shocking details have emerged on the nightmare faced by a Nepalese woman, who was allegedly gang-raped by five BPO employees in New Delhi.
The BPO employees, who have been arrested, had locked her up in a room in their first floor apartment in Pandav Nagar in East Delhi.
The woman jumped from the apartment without a stitch on her body. DNA reports that as she walked on the roads nude, ‘passersby stood as mute spectators, without even offering clothes.’
The CCTV footage from a camera in the locality reportedly shows the woman walking on the road naked. There are men walking by but none to help her or cover her with clothes.
A sedan car passes by without stopping and the woman is seen talking to an auto driver.
The police were tipped off by a person who saw her jumping from the balcony at 5:45 am. They rushed an Emergency Response vehicle, which took her to the the LBS hospital.
The five men who have been arrested have been identified as Naveen Kumar, Prateek Kumar, Vikas Mehra, Sarvjeet and Lakshya.
Vikas reportedly knew the victim, a mother of two, and invited her to a party, where she was allegedly made to drink alcohol and raped by the five men.
They have been booked under Sections 376D (gang rape), 323 (voluntarily causing hurt), 377 (unnatural sex), 506 (criminal intimidation), 342 (wrongful confinement).