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Vadodara police investigating on complaint registered against two for raping a young woman

Threatened to viral the video

Vadodara police investigating on complaint registered against two for raping a young woman
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Vadodara police is investigating on a complaint registered against two for allegedly taking a young woman working in an office to a guest house on Vasana Road in the city for a meeting and raped her after offered drink with caffeine. The girl said in the complaint that the two had agreed to give 50 per cent share in a land deal and also to make CEO in the company. They also threatened her to viral the videos if she complaint the matter.

According to a complaint lodged at the Gotri police station, the girl a native of Rohtak in Haryana and now living in the Diwalipura area of ​​Vadodara, is studying LLB at a private university in the city. The girl's parents live in Haryana. The girl has been working for the last five months in a land law training project at a company located in Chakli Circle for the purpose of liosning training after completing her first year of study.

A month ago, the company owner called her for a meeting with investor and took her to a guest house. After the discussion he offered a drink and physically molested her. However as she screamed he sent her home and offered share in land deal and give her the post of CEO in his real estate company.

Three days later he reached her house again with a tiffin and forcibly entered the girl's house, beat her, tore her clothes and forcibly molest her. He also told her to make relationship with the investor. Next day the investor reached the girl's house, beat her up and raped her. He recorded the video and threatened to go viral and defame her.

Based on the complaint police is investigating the matter. "We received the complaint against two for allegedly taking a young woman working in the office to a guest house for a meeting and raped her after offered drink with caffeine. They also threatened to viral the video if she complained to anyone. We are further investigating in the matter, " Said DCP Zone 2 Jayrajsinh Vala.

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