Bangalore: In yet another incident of gross sexual brutality, a 22-year-old woman was allegedly gangraped by three men, and then held captive in a farmhouse near Tippagondanahalli, 35 km west of Bangalore.
The young survivor, who works as a sales woman in the city, has alleged in her compliant that she was raped by three men, who had earlier offered to drop her home, when she was waiting for a bus near Majestic area, after her work shift on Wednesday night.
The men allegedly took her to a farmhouse near Tippagondanahalli and raped her through the night. The victim has alleged that she was also raped by the caretaker of the farmhouse.
Though pained and traumatized by the violent savagery of her tormentors, the rape survivor managed to escape from the farmhouse, in a semi-nude state, and flagged down a cab driver and reached the local Tavarekere police station and lodged a complaint.
The rape survivor and the trio were subjected to medical tests. Preliminary investigations confirmed rape, police said.
The alleged abductors and rapists, Arun Narasimhamurthy Gowda (24), and his friend Kempa Narasimha (36), are said to be from affluent families. And Mahadev alias Mahadevaiah (45), was the caretaker of the farm. Arun, a son of a Karnataka Milk Federation (KMF) official, is a cement and steel businessman from Magadi taluk, and Kempa, also from Magadi, is a timber merchant.
“We have arrested all the accused,” DSP (Ramanagar) Lakshmi Ganesh said.