A 20-year-old girl has made serious allegations against police officers in Rewa district of Madhya Pradesh. According to the woman, the policemen lock her up for ten days, where five policemen gangraped her. According to the woman, the policemen who raped her were also in charge of the police station and sub-divisional police officers. The case is of Mangawan in Rewa district. After the matter came to light, the whole administration is now in shock.
According to the woman, on May 9, she was arrested for murder. She was kept in a lockup at Mangawan police station for ten days and was raped by the then police in-charge Mangawan Mrigendra Singh, SDOP Mangwan BS Bariba, and three police personnel. According to the woman, a woman sub-inspector Supriya Jain was also present during the entire incident.
After these allegations of the woman, District and Sessions Court Judge Arun Kumar Singh has written a letter to Rewa SP Rakesh Singh and ordered to register a case against the five policemen and investigate the matter. According to the woman, the incident took place between 20 and 21 May.
According to a report in India.com the woman, an accused in a murder case, complained against the cops before the additional district judge, following which a judicial inquiry was ordered. The woman also claimed that a woman constable had tried to stop the cops, but the police personnel reprimanded her.
The police, on the other hand, dismissed all the allegations saying that the woman was arrested on May 21.