Arrests of the accused of gang raping a woman and killing her baby in Gurugram

Gurugram police said that they have arrested all the three men who killed an eight-month-old baby and raped her 23-year-old mother in Gurugram on May 29, a crime that has provoked such widespread shock, horror and outrage for its sheer savagery.
The accused have been identified as Yogender, Amit and Jaykesh. These are the three men, all between 20 and 25 years old, are from Bulandshahr UP.
Yogender and Amit were arrested on Wednesday after a massive search operation, Yogender from the same Manesar village where the woman lives and Amit from the Delhi-Gurugram border later in the evening.
"The accused are not just guilty of rape but also murder of the child and we will not let them get off easily," police commissioner Sandeep Khirwar said.
Police said Jaykesh was driving the vehicle used to kidnap the woman — a leased Magic van, not a shared auto, as was believed earlier. The trio had offered the victim a lift on NH-8 near the toll plaza in Kherki Daula late on May 29 when s…

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