REPORT: Five Charity Workers Kidnapped and Gang-Raped
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In the latest sexual assault scandal to hit India, five charity workers in the country’s remote east were kidnapped and gang-raped at gunpoint. The women said they abducted while putting on a play about human trafficking in the largely tribal Khunti district of Jharkhand state, AFP reports.
The women, who were working for a non-governmental organization called Asha Kiran supported by a local Christian missionary group, were reportedly video-taped and warned not to go to the police.
The article goes on to state the following:
“We have been questioning several people,” police officer Rajesh Prasad told AFP, adding that police are awaiting results from the women’s medical tests.
Several members of a self-rule movement called Pathalgadi have also been rounded up, AFP reports. The movement, popular in some tribal villages, is known to be resentful of outsiders.
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