The high-profile Unnao rape case in which former BJP MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar was accused, was followed by a road accident of the survivor. The truck driver who rammed into her vehicle is now being charged by a Delhi court under various IPC sections.
Earlier, a trial court had convicted Senger for the death of the Unnao rape victim's father
The woman was allegedly kidnapped and raped by Sengar in 2017 when she was a minor.
A Delhi court had awarded life imprisonment, till the remainder of life, to Kuldeep Sengar for raping a woman in Unnao in 2017.
Sengar was convicted for raping a woman in 2017, when she was a minor.
Expelled BJP MLA, Kuldeep Sengar, has been convicted for raping a woman in Unnao in 2017. Here is all you need to know about the case.
The woman from Unnao was kidnapped and raped by Sengar in 2017 when she was a minor.
Manoj Sengar had been living in Delhi and was taking care of the cases against Kuldeep Sengar. He was a co-accused in the accident case of July 28 in Rae Bareli in which the rape survivor and her lawyer were critically injured while two female relatives were killed.
The men allegedly kidnapped and gang-raped the woman a week after she was raped by former BJP MLA.
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The woman, who was allegedly raped by expelled BJP MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar, is currently admitted at AIIMS hospital here following an accident on July 28.
Kuldeep Singh Sengar, the expelled Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MLA, who is accused of raping the woman in 2017, has also been brought to the court.
The rape victim, who was flown from the King George's Medical University in Lucknow to AIIMS in Delhi in a critical condition, has shown considerable progress and has been moved to the ward, officials said.
The trial court on August 13 had charged expelled BJP MLA Kuldeep Sengar and nine others for the offences punishable under sections 302 (murder), 506 (criminal intimidation), 341 (wrongful restraint), 120B (criminal conspiracy) and 193 (false evidence) of the IPC and under section 25 of the Arms Act.
The advertisement wishing people on the occasion of Independence Day and Raksha Bandhan was published by Anuj Kumar Dikshit, the local BJP chief and chairman of Ugu Panchayat in Unnao.
Sengar, who was expelled by the BJP earlier this month, featured on advertisements funded by the Panchayat chairman of Ugoo area in Unnao.
Earlier in the day, the court framed charges against expelled BJP MLA Kuldeep Sengar and others for the alleged murder of the Unnao rape survivor's father in judicial custody.
The woman, allegedly raped by BJP MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar in 2017 when she was a minor, is battling for life after a truck rammed into the car she was travelling in with some family members and her lawyer. Two of her aunts died in the accident.
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