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The other two accused have undergone TIP and reportedly identified by the victim
NEW DELHI: Three of the accused in the Dhaula Kuan abduction-cum-rape case have refused to undergo test-identification parade. The fifth accused in the case was arrested at Sohna in Haryana on Monday.
Kamru alias Mobile was arrested at Sohna in Gurgaon on Monday night. He was on Tuesday produced in a city court that sent him to one-day judicial custody. The accused refused to undergo TIP. It is learnt that two other accused, Shahid and Iqbal, who are now in judicial custody, have also refused to undergo the test at Tihar Jail.
The two other accused, Shamshad and Usman, who were arrested by the police from the Mewat region of Haryana, have undergone test-identification parade and were reportedly identified by the victim. The police have obtained their five-day custody to reconstruct the entire chain of events leading up to the crime.
The police would now approach the court seeking custody of Kamru, Shahid and Iqbal to recover the firearm allegedly used by them while abducting the victim.
Kamru is believed to be the gang leader. According to the police, he was earlier arrested with his cousin and an accomplice in another gang-rape case in Faridabad. The police said he was convicted for six years for an attempted murder in neighbouring Faridabad. However, he had absconded from the court premises.
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