According to police sources, the victim was smuggled from Bangladesh three years ago through a network of human traffickers operating in Bangladesh, Assam, West Bengal, Telangana and Karnataka.
Acting on an accused in the gang rape and assault of a Bangladeshi woman in Bengaluru, police opened fire on Wednesday, injuring her. The accused had allegedly tried to escape by attacking the police team that had gone to nab him. A few days earlier, two of his accomplices had also tried to escape, after which the police acted and opened fire on them, causing them to escape. were injured.
Police said that 10 people have been arrested in this case so far. The police team, after receiving a tip-off, went to Rampura here on Wednesday morning to nab the main accused Shahbaz. On seeing the police team, the accused attacked the policemen with a knife and tried to escape, after which the police in self-defence. But fired and caught the accused.
Six people including a woman attacked
He told that the accused got shot in the leg. A head constable was also injured in this attack. The accused has been taken to the hospital for treatment. According to police sources, the victim was smuggled from Bangladesh three years ago through a network of human traffickers operating in Bangladesh, Assam, West Bengal, Telangana and Karnataka. The gang then forced the 22-year-old victim into prostitution. Six people, including a woman, allegedly attacked her and gang-raped her by four over a financial dispute.
At the same time, recently 6 illegal Bangladeshis were arrested here for allegedly abusing and raping the woman. A video of the incident also went viral. Bengaluru Police said in a release, “Based on the video clip, five accused, including a woman, were immediately traced and nabbed by the Bengaluru City Police.” In the video people are seen raping and harassing the woman.
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