Tribal woman’s gangrape accusation fabricated: UP Police

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Fatehpur, July 7: Nearly two weeks after a gangrape complaint involving a 22-year-old tribal woman in a moving car was filed in Fatehpur district, police declared that the claims looked to be made up since they could not be proven.

On the instruction of the local court, four individuals were booked in a case that was filed on June 22.

In addition to her medical checkup, investigators claimed they recorded her statement. “During the investigation, we discovered that some of the accused had a land dispute with a local resident,” Fatehpur SP Rajesh Kumar Singh said. Before filing a FIR, the complainant spoke to their adversary 213 times.”

The complainant’s and the accused’s whereabouts, according to the SP, did not correspond with the claimed crime scene at the time of the alleged event. “They were discovered in various locations. The allegation has piqued our interest. The investigation into the case is ongoing, and action will be taken based on the evidence found,” Singh added.

The police disputed that the woman and her family sought their help before filing a legal case.

The complainant, a roadside cloth trader, said that the accused approached her and promised to provide her a government residence. They requested the girl to follow them so they could present her to a government person, she alleged, adding that after messing with her, they sexually abused her in the moving car.