The Delhi Police on Friday said it would try to file a chargesheet as soon as possible in the Moti Bagh rape case in which a 20-year-old girl was allegedly raped in a moving car in South Delhi's Moti Bagh area.
Deputy Commissioner of Police Ishwar Singh said the police would also request for a trial in a fast track court.
"We will try to file the chargesheet as soon as possible and request for a trial in a fast track court. The victim had come here in search of job. The accused who drives a shared car offered to drop her. She doesn't know much of the roads of Delhi. The driver took her to a secluded place and raped her. When the driver went to ease himself, the girl came out of the car," Singh told the media.
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"Our road patrol car spotted her and she narrated the entire incident. The police in the car informed the police station and our emergency response vehicle. The victim identified the spot where the incident took place. We immediately sent her to hospital for medical examination," he added.
The 20-year-old girl was from NOIDA and came to Delhi in search of a job.
The accused driver who was driving a rental car bearing a Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) sticker has been arrested.