A nurse from Landeke village in Moga district was thrown out by the rapists from a car on Bathinda-Dabawali road on Sunday evening, two days after her abduction. The girl finished her nursing course from Mata Sahib Kaur College in Gidderbaha in 2007, is now fighting for life at Bathinda civil hospital.
As per the statement given to Bathinda’s Rama Mandi police station SHO Paramjeet Singh, the girl, who had been looking for a job, was informed by one of her friends that there was a vacancy at a Sector 34 hospital in Chandigarh.
On Friday morning she caught a bus and got down at Sector 43 bus terminal when an unknown person came to her asking for an address. Before she could respond, the girl was dragged into a car in which another woman and a man were seated. They pressed her and the injected her with some drug after which she fell unconscious.
When she was conscious, she saw four men in a room and one of them was recording her in the nude. When she shouted, he injected her with another dose of some drug. The girl said that she was gang-raped by the men. On Sunday morning, she was dragged into a car in a semi-conscious condition by the gang. Later, the girl was thrown out of the vehicle around 5.30pm on Sunday near Rama Mandi area on Bathinda-Dabawali road.
A car driver, Rohitas Kumar of Kular village in Abohar district, spotted the girl in a serious condition and admitted her to the civil hospital in Bathinda. The police have filed a case and the search is on for the culprits, said Gurmeet Singh Kingra, DSP, Bathinda.
Doctor Poonam Dhillon of the civil hospital has conducted a medical examination of the girl and confirmed that the girl was gang-raped.