Teenager raped near New Delhi Railway station, 2 hawkers arrested

A 17-year-old girl was allegedly gangraped by two hawkers near New Delhi Railway Station, after she asked them to help her make a call to her family, said police on Monday, adding that the duo has been arrested.
Last month, a 30-year-old woman was allegedly raped by two railway employees inside the electrical maintenance staff room at the railway station while two others stood guard outside. All four accused were arrested.
According to police, the minor had visited Chandigarh last month to meet her friend. They then planned to visit his village in Uttar Pradesh on Friday. They came to Delhi on Sunday and were supposed to catch a train to Gujarat around 9.40 pm but missed it, said police, adding that the two got into an argument and the man left her at the station. She was looking for him at the bridge when the accused met her.
Police said the men helped her speak to her brother and assured to help her catch the next train.
DCP (Railways) said Harendra Kumar Singh, “The men raped her on the pretext of helping her. Later, they took her back to Ajmeri Gate side of the station. In the meantime, her friend came back. The accused scolded him for leaving the girl, following which the three men got into an argument. Patrolling staff noticed them and brought them to the police station.”