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Meerut Medical College student accuses taxi driver of raping her; the police refuse help by invoking the jurisdiction

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Merut: In another incident of crimes against women, a nursing student studying at Meerut Medical College in Uttar Pradesh was allegedly raped by a taxi driver. The alleged incident took place on May 30 when the victim hired a taxi to go to a hospital in New Delhi.

After the crime, the student was abandoned in the Kadrabad area of ​​Modinagar. What was more shocking was that the police allegedly failed to help the victim citing jurisdictional issues.

The victim claimed to have reached Partapur police station, but officers there told him the incident was a matter for Modinagar police station, according to a report by Hindi daily Dainik Jagran.

On Thursday, the victim came to Modinagar police station and filed a complaint. The woman has wound marks on her body.

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The victim alleged that the driver gave her a cold fortified drink on the way and raped her when she lost consciousness.

Police said they have opened an investigation into the incident. The victim is a resident of Lajpat Nagar area in Delhi and is a nursing student at Meerut Medical College.

The victim was found abandoned in a field in Kadrabad area of ​​Modinagar on May 31. The nursing student claimed she was in a disheveled state when she regained consciousness.