Monday, August 26, 2013

Gangrape accused repeat offenders, none of them juvenile, says Mumbai Police ... - India Today

Mumbai Police Commissioner Satyapal Singh. Photo: Bhaskar Paul/India Today

Mumbai Police on Monday said two of men accused of gangraping a 22-year-old magazine intern on August 22 were repeat offenders and may have raped more women in the past.

City police chief Satyapal Singh identified the accused as Md. Qasim (24), Chand Sattar (18), Vijay jadhav, Siraj Rehman (27), Hanif Bangali (19).

He said all the accused were born and brought up in Mumbai, were school-dropouts and jobless and indulged in theft.

"Three are fatherless, one motherless and one has parents," he said at a press conference.

"One is illiterate while the others have studies till class six and seven."

He said a fast-track court will be hearing the case and police was building up a case on the woman's medical examination and forensic and scientific evidence.

Singh said Hanif Bangali had four cases registered against him while Chand Sattar was booked and arrested for theft in 2011.

He said according to police history sheet from two years ago, Chand's age has crossed 18 and he not a juvenile as reported in the media.

He said the police was ready to do ossification test if his age is in doubt.

He also there is a plan to depute policemen at dilapidated and isolated buildings in Mumbai numbering over 272.

He also said that though the incident was grave and very serious it was not right to say that Mumbai had become an unsafe city for women.
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