Meerut: A class XI girl student, who was allegedly abducted, was on Sunday rescued from a farmhouse here after which she complained of being raped by three youths during her captivity, local police said.
The girl, a resident of Modinagar area in neighbouring Ghaziabad, had gone to her institute on April 28 to collect her marksheet but did not return home.
Following this, her relatives filed a police complaint on May 1 against one Ashu and two others, accusing them of abducting her, a police official said, according to PTI.
"The girl was rescued from a farmhouse in Kankarkhera of the city last night," said Modinagar police station SHO Dhruv Bhushan Dubey.
"She had jumped to the roof of an adjoining building. On hearing her cries, owner of the building informed police following which she was rescued," Dubey said.
Meerut has seen a spate of rape cases in recent days. A minor girl was raped in March 2017 and the video of the horrific incident was shared on social media.
Similarly, a 9th class student was raped in July 2015, and in Februray 2014, a 14-year-old girl was allegedly abducted and gang-raped by five youths in Mawana area of Meerut.