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8 months ago | 17-03-2017 | IBNS

Gujarat : Teen sisters gang-raped in moving car by alleged bootleggers



Dahod, Gujarat, Mar 17 : : Two sisters in their early teens, were allegedly gang-raped in a moving car by six men in front of their father in Gujarat's Dahod, about 200 km from capital Ahmedabad on Wednesday, NDTV reported.

Five of the six attackers have been arrested.

Police said the men , wanted to punish the family after the girls brother accused one of them of bootlegging in the dry state.

Police are also on the look out for seven more people, allegedly involved in the conspiracy to kidnap the girls.

NDTV quoted police as saying that Kumat Baria, one of the arrested, had been named in a police complaint by the brother of the girls for selling liquor to him. .

On Wednesday morning, Baria and 13 other men drove up on motorcycles and an SUV at the village shop of the girls father and allegedly dragged them and the father into the SUV.

As the vehicle was in motion, six men allegedly took turns to rape the girls, before pushing them and the father out of the car about 25 km away from their shop..

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