A teacher was on Tuesday allegedly abducted in broad daylight and gangraped in a field along a state highway linking Delhi-Lucknow National Highway 24, days after the Bulandshahr gangrape incident.
She was abducted by three criminals and forcibly made to sit in a car before being taken to a sugarcane field where the crime was committed and the act was videographed, police said, adding the survivor was left in the field by the criminals who fled after committing the heinous act in Khadua road under CB Ganj police station.
On getting information of the crime, senior police officials led by the IG, DIG, SSP, City SP and SP (Crime) rushed to the spot and a case was lodged against three accused who are absconding.
In an immediate damage control exercise, Inspector of CB Ganj police station Rajesh Singh was suspended by IG (Bareily zone) Vijay Singh Meena, police said.
Giving details of the incident Additional Superintendent of Police Samir Saurabh said the teacher was abducted and gangraped while she was going to school this morning.
He said that the accused later dumped her at Mathurapur on the national highway and escaped.
The ASP said that medical examination of the victim was conducted late night and an FIR was lodged on the complaint lodged by her father.
"As of now Inspector CB Ganj R.K. Singh has been placed under suspension," he said.
The ASP said that efforts were on to identify and arrest the accused.
It is the second incident within four-days when a woman had been gangraped on the national highway.
Earlier, a woman and her daughter were gangraped in Bulandshahr on Friday night.