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Uttar Pradesh police is under the hammer as they are failing in controlling crime across the state. While the three accused in Greater Noida  gang-rape remain on  escape, police needs to be alert but two officials were caught taking a nap while on duty in their PCR van.

Few days back Director general of police (DGP) Sulkhan Singh gave very strange statement in which he said, ''Crime cannot be stopped or removed from the society''.

 This statement came when state police needs double boost to perform their duties.

On Tuesday morning, locals found a 35-year-old woman was found lying near Yatharth building in Kasna, Greater Noida​ and alerted the police.

After the primary information, the woman, a resident of Bharatpur in Rajasthan, told police that she was in Sohna to meet a relative. At around 8-8:30 pm yesterday, three men, driving a Swift car, dragged her inside and raped her on the roads of Sohna.

A complaint was registered and a probe was launched into the incident. However, no FIR has been lodged yet.

 

 

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