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Raped and beaten, teen runs naked in Rajasthan

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A terrified teenager ran naked on the street as she tried to escape three men who had kidnapped, beaten and raped her in a Rajasthan town on Monday evening.

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Jaipur: A terrified teenager ran naked on the street as she tried to escape three men who had kidnapped, beaten and raped her in a Rajasthan town on Monday evening.

All three attackers have been arrested. The girl, her cousin and her friend in Bhilwara were reportedly returning from a fair and were on their way to a temple when three men blocked her way.

While her cousin managed to run away, the girl was allegedly dragged to a deserted spot, assaulted and raped by the men.

Her cousin, who had reached a nearby market, told everyone about the teen being attacked and begged a shopkeeper for help.

The shopkeeper reportedly reached the spot to see the men thrashing the girl. They ran away when they saw him.

The shopkeeper told the police that the injured girl started running without her clothes on because she was traumatised and afraid of him. She ran for half a km in that state until she finally stopped and accepted clothes from the shopkeeper.

DSP Bharat Singh the police had collected broken bangles, liquor bottles and blood stains from the spot where the horrific assault took place.

Supriya Sule harassed by cab driver

Mumbai: Nationalist Congress Party MP Supriya Sule has claimed she was harassed by a cab driver at Central Railway's Dadar terminus when she arrived here on Thursday.

Lodging a complaint with the Railway Protection Force (RPF), Sule said that the cabbie, Kuljeet Singh Malhotra, barged into her railway compartment and tried to forcibly tout a taxi service to her.

"Despite a refusal twice, he blocked my path, harassed me and shamelessly even posed for photo," said an agitated Sule as she narrated the incident in a series of tweets later.

Swinging into action, the RPF quickly tracked down and caught Malhotra and booked him under various sections, besides slapping a fine of Rs 260 for not having a valid ticket, another fine of Rs 400 by the traffic police for not possessing a driving licence and driving without uniform.

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