Mysuru gang rape case: No arrests yet, Home Minister to visit Mysuru today
Bengaluru: National Commission for Women (NCW) has taken cognizance of the Mysuru gang rape case. The Commission has written to DGP Karnataka to make sure that all accused are identified and immediately arrested and charged under relevant sections of the law.
Karnataka Women and Children Welfare Commission Chief Pramila Naidu visited crime spot and urged police for a speedy investigation into the case.
Karnataka Home Minister Araga Jnanendra said, " The police are trying to trace the accused, no arrests made yet. The girl is admitted to a hospital and her statement is yet to be recorded. I will be going to Mysuru today evening".
Unidentified men allegedly gang-raped a 23-year-old MBA student and assaulted her friend in Mysuru on Tuesday. The police have begun a probe into the case; the perpetrators are still at large 48 hours after the incident. The victim is undergoing treatment at a hospital in Mysuru.
The incident occurred while the girl was returning from Chamundi Hills along with her friend.