Mumbai Writer Raped By 75-Year-Old Man Receives Death Threats From ‘D-Gang’
June 16, 2022, 5:21 p.m.
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In a shocking incident reported in Mumbai, a 35-year-old writer was allegedly raped by a 75-year-old businessman at a five-star hotel in the Juhu area.
The accused also allegedly threatened the woman that if she turned herself in to the police, he would have her killed by mob don Dawood Ibrahim.
The woman however lodged a complaint and a complaint was registered against the accused.
Woman says she received threatening calls from ‘D-Gang’
Police said the woman lodged a complaint against the businessman at Amboli police station in Mumbai.
The woman reportedly received a call from the “D-Gang” threatening her with consequences if she filed a complaint with the police.
The police registered a complaint against the accused under several sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and opened an investigation.
Woman says accused took Rs. 2 crore loan
The woman also alleged that the defendant took a loan of Rs. 2 crore from her and failed to return it.
Moreover, he also raped her in a hotel and assaulted her.
When she spoke out against the atrocities, he reportedly threatened her and she even received calls from people directly associated with Ibrahim.
Minor raped in Delhi, accused arrested
In a separate case, a 21-year-old man was arrested for allegedly raping an eight-year-old child in Delhi’s Badarpur area, police said on Thursday.
The accused and the minor’s family shared a two-room apartment. The incident happened while the child was home alone.
Later, the mother noticed bite marks and wounds on her body and informed the police.
The accused is a worker.
Accused arrested from Haryana
The mother complained that the accused, who was from Agra, fled after raping her underage daughter.
He was arrested at his relative’s home in Palwal district of Haryana.
A case under sections 376 (rape), 342 (forcible confinement) and 323 (willful bodily harm) of the Indian Penal Code and sections of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offenses Act (POCSO) has been registered, the court said. police.