NCW team meets Mumbai rape victim’s family
   Date :13-Sep-2021

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A TEAM of the National Commission for Women (NCW) on Sunday met the family members of a woman who died after being brutally raped, and also visited the crime spot as well as the hospital where she was treated, an police official said. The 34-year-old woman was raped by a man inside a stationary tempo in suburban Sakinaka in the wee hours of Friday. She died at a hospital during treatment in the early hours of Saturday, police earlier said. The crime bore similarity to the 2012 ‘Nirbhaya’ gangrape case of Delhi. The 45-year-old suspect, arrested within a few hours of the incident, was later charged with murder.
According to a police official, four-five members of the women’s commission first went to the victim’s house in Sakinaka area and met her family members on Sunday. The team later went to the spot where the crime took place inside the tempo. The panel members later also went to the Sakinaka police station to seek details of the case. The team also went to Rajawadi Hospital where the woman died after a nearly 36-hour battle for life, and collected details pertaining to the case, the official said.