There was anger in India after a student claimed she had been gang-raped by five men who also raped her three years ago.
After the police to make any arrests, although the player, aged 21 years,
was attacked last week in the town of Rohtak in Haryana in the north.
She had follow-up court case against the five men,
when it was attacked on Wednesday.
The woman said she was forced into the car and tried to strangle her men.
She was seriously injured and left for dead in the bushes.
A passerby saw her and took her to the hospital.
The assault on the woman for the first time in 2013 in the town of Bhiwani.
Her family and allegedly moved to Rohtak after being threatened by the accused,
who was out on bail.
“College has left when I saw them.
They were the same five men, and I am very scared.
They forced me into the car and tried to strangle me.
They said they would kill my father and my brother,” the woman, a poor Dalit from the lower class (formerly known as untouchables) family, said TV channel .
“I have no idea where they took me,
and my attackers were the same five men,” she said.
Her family claimed that the attackers may have been exercising pressure on them to settle the case and Otaaqub women to pursue him in court.
He said local police official Garima, who uses only one name,
told reporters that they have registered a complaint and had sent a team to Bhiwani to search for the accused.
At the same time,
it has also been angry protests in Rohtak, demanding immediate arrest of the accused.
The rape and sex crimes in the spotlight in India in recent years after a brutal gang rape
and killing of a student in 2012 in Delhi.
In response, it was the introduction of the Anti-Rape tough new laws in the country.
However, it does not continue to be reported across the country
and brutal sexual assaults against women and children.
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