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Kurla gang rape case takes U-turn, victim’s claims bogus say cops, file FIR

Mumbai: In what could be termed as a complete U-turn in the shocking case of gang rape of a Mumbai woman by three men at knife-point, the Mumbai police on Monday, instead of catching the accused men, filed a First Information Report (FIR) against the alleged victim.

According to the FIR, the woman was involved in trade of drugs. Moreover, the woman’s claim of being raped, has also been found to be a untrue, said an official.

After filing the FIR against the woman, the cops initiated a search for the ‘victim’ who has reportedly gone missing. The Mumbai police has taken the step on the basis of doctor’s reports which state that the woman was neither raped nor her private parts were found with burn marks, as claimed by her in the FIR.

The FIR, a copy of which is with First India, states that the FIR has been registered against the woman and her clients and after registering the FIR, the cops have initiated a search for the woman and the buyers.

Notably, the matter came to light when three men were booked, on Sunday, for gang rape of a 42-year-old woman after the trio allegedly broke into her home in Mumbai’s Kurla area, attacked her with a sharp weapon and burnt her with cigarettes on her private parts in the early hours of last Wednesday.

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