90-year-old woman raped multiple times, brutally thrashed in Delhi’s Chhawla village

90-year-old woman raped multiple times, brutally thrashed in Delhi's Chhawla village

n an extremely disturbing case, a 90-year-old woman was raped and assaulted in Delhi’s Chhawla, Nazafgarh area on Monday.

According to the woman, she was waiting for her milkman at around 5 pm in the evening when the perpetrator came and told her that her regular milk delivery man wasn’t available and that he will take her to the place where she could get milk.

The accused then took the nonagenarian to a farm area instead and brutally raped her.

The woman kept crying and pleading that she was of his grandmother’s age but it didn’t stop the accused. He assaulted her brutally when she tried to resist and protect herself and raped her multiple times.

As the woman screamed for help, local villagers passing by heard her anguished cries and ran to help her. They caught hold of the accused and called the police.

The woman was found bleeding and was in extreme trauma. The locals called the elderly woman’s son and from there police took the survivor for medical examination.

Her medical examination report has revealed several injuries and bruises on her body especially on her private parts.


Meanwhile, the Delhi Police has registered an FIR under Sections 376 (Punishment for sexual assault) and 323 (Punishment for voluntarily causing hurt) of the Indian Penal Code and the accused has been arrested.

The accused has been identified as 33-year-old Sonu who lives in the Rewla Khanpur village.

Hearing of the crime, a Delhi Commission for Women team has been with the survivor ever since.

DCW Chief Swati Maliwal and member Vandana Singh met the survivor at her house in Chhawla today.

DCW Chief Swati Maliwal said, “From a six-month-old girl to a 90-year-old woman, no one is safe in Delhi. The kind of trauma this woman had to face clearly indicates that the perpetrators of these crimes are not humans. I met the woman today, she is an extremely courageous woman. We will ensure she gets justice. This case needs to be fast-tracked and justice should be served within six months.“