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Gang raped on running bus: 5 held in Gazipur

08 August 2022


UNB :
Police arrested five transport workers in connection with an incident of gang rape on a running bus in the Rajendrapur area of Gazipur.
The incident took place in the early hours of Saturday on a moving bus of Taqwa Paribahan, said Azizur Rahman, officer-in-charge (Investigation) of Sreepur Police Station.
The identities of the arrestees are yet to be known.
The victim and her husband boarded the bus from Bhogra to go to Sreepur. Near Rajendrapur, the other passengers were dropped leaving the victim and her husband alone.
At one point, the victim's husband was beaten and thrown off the bus and violated the woman.
During the incident, the victim's mobile phone, and money were  snatched.
Later, the victim's husband complained to the police station.
Police seized the bus and conducted a drive in the city and arrested them.
Manjur Morshed, doctor of Shaheed Tajuddin Ahmed Medical College Hospital's emergency department said that the victim was admitted to the gynecology ward in the afternoon.

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