Woman kidnapped in public view in Gurgaon rescued after 7 hours

A woman who was allegedly kidnapped by 3-4 unidentified men in a car from outside a college in Gurgaon has been rescued after 7 hours.

No matter what the police and the administration might say, women are not safe in the NCR region and this was evident once again today.

The incident took place outside the Guru Dronacharya College in Gurgaon on MG Road, near Sikandarpur. The incident took place around 9.15 am. The victim has not yet been identified.

The entire incident took place in just 10 seconds.

The girl had just reached the college gate when she was forcibly pulled into a Maruti Swift. Witnesses said there were four men in the car.

The Principal of the Dronacharya Government College said, “We don’t know yet if the girl is from this college or not”.

Former Haryana CM Bhupinder Hooda expressed his anger over the incident and said that there is no sign of law and order in Haryana.

CCTV footage of the incident shows the girl struggling and trying to raise an alarm to escape from the men. A couple of men are also seen running after the car to try and stop the kidnappers.

The eyewitnesses said that the car used in the abduction did not have any number plates on it.

The police have lodged an FIR and are trying to locate the car as well as the men.

Wefornews Bureau

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