Haryana: 19-year-old Girl Who Topped CBSE Exam Abducted, Gangraped
College Student who Topped CBSE Exam Alleges Gang-Raped In Haryana| (Photo Credits: Stock Photos)

Haryana, September 14: A 19-year-old college student, who was felicitated by the President of India after being brilliant in academics and topping the CBSE board exam, was allegedly kidnapped and gangraped by four to five people at Kanina in Haryana's Mahendergarh district, police said on Thursday.

The girl was on her way to the coaching centre when three men purportedly abducted and dragged her to a field, where they sexually assaulted her. The accused gave her sedatives, before raping her. The girl was left unconscious at a bus stand in Kanina, 116 km from Gurgaon. Kerala Nun Rape Case: Church Body Shames Victim, Says 'She Had an Illicit Relationship'

The parents of the girl claimed that police refused to take their complaint and file FIR. However, a police officer at Rewari Police station said that "zero FIR" has been filed against the accused based on the girl's complaint and the probe was being conducted by Mahendergarh police as the incident befell in their jurisdiction. Kathua Rape & Murder: Minor Victim Was Sexually Assaulted, Died of Asphyxia, Doctors Tell Court

The concept Zero FIR means that an FIR can be filed in any police station irrespective of place of incident/jurisdiction and later can be transferred to the relevant police station. (With inputs from PTI)