Bangalore rape case: Two accused tried to flee, police shot in the leg

Bangalore rape case: Two accused tried to flee, police shot in the leg

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Bangalore: Bangalore police (Bangalore) said on Friday that a woman trafficked from Bangladesh had to shoot at least two of the four accused in the brutal rape (rape). Hours after Bangalore police arrested four people on Thursday, Assam Police (Assam) posted a video of a woman being sexually abused and assaulted by men. City police revealed his success just hours later. Bangalore mourning: Attempt to molest and sexually abuse a woman in Bangalore, a shocking incident was caught on CCTV camera

The four will be converted into a format, K.K. Channasandra was taken to a rented house. On Friday morning, two of them, 25-year-old Ridho Babu and 23-year-old Sagar, tried to flee by attacking police members. In response, police fired in self-defense. “Both were shot in the knee before being caught and are now being treated at a government hospital,” police said.

Bangalore police are searching for the victim. She is a 22-year-old woman from Bangladesh believed to be involved in a neighboring state and a class-run prostitution gang. A special team has been sent to find him and bring him to town to join the investigation.

After the arrest, Rammurti Nagar police said in a statement on Thursday that the video was shot about ten days ago and that five people believed to be Bangladeshis were involved in an international human trafficking racket.

A police team led by Rammurthy Municipal Police Inspector Melvin Francis opened fire on the two after they attacked Bonswadi Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) NS Sakri and other police personnel of the party.

Sakri’s team is the accused. Channasandra was taken, where he was charged with brutal rape. A senior official said that after the four were arrested late Thursday night, the sequence of reasons for the crime and their human trafficking network were also questioned.

Police said the defendants were also questioned about their associates and friends who helped them hide. They were also questioned about where they hid or treated the victim after their heinous crime.

The brutal rape incident came to light when Assam State Police tweeted a video clip for the first time on Thursday morning seeking the cooperation of other states to catch the culprits present in the clip.

In the video clip, all four were seen raping a young woman. The video went viral in northeast India on Thursday. Another woman was identified as an accomplice of the four at the time of the incident. Within hours of the Assam police’s tweet, Bangalore police caught their eye and arrested four people.

Following the Assam Police’s tweet, Union Minister of State for Youth Affairs Kiren Rijiju asked police in all states and union territories to assist and search for the accused.

Sources said the Assam police have done more reconstruction, which gave them numbers in Bangalore and alerted the city police on Thursday afternoon. Soon after, Bangalore police took the accused to their homes and arrested four men and a woman.

According to the tweets, Bangalore City Police Commissioner, Kamal Pant said that the content of the video clip and the information released during the interrogation of the accused were a matter of rape, assault and other relevant issues of law. “

“According to the information released so far, they are all part of the same group and are believed to be from Bangladesh. Due to financial differences, the perpetrators were brutally beaten by the traffickers for human trafficking. I brought them to India,” Pant said. And being supervised by senior officials.


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