Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr A woman, professedly raped for months by a man, figured out how to escape her abductor and achieved the police station carrying her aborted baby in a bag. The horrific occurrence happened in Madhya Pradesh’s Satna locale, around 500-km far from Bhopal. The victim, a 20-year-old woman, charged that she was raped by a man for a months. Seven months prior, when the girl ventured out for some work, she was allegedly raped by the accused. Threatening to shame her family, the blamed kept raping her for months. After getting some answers concerning her pregnancy, the rapist forced her to undergo an abortion. The girl was allegedly a half year pregnant at the time, making it a medically risky procedure. Afterward, looking for circumstance, she achieved the police headquarters with the prematurely ended hatching, where she portrayed her horrendous story. The police are right now investigating the episode. As per reports, after the forceful abortion, the blamed threatened to shame the victim and her family on speaking about the episode to anybody. Another report proposes the lady was raped by the accused and the brother for seven months. Later the blamed guaranteed to wed the lady, however after finding out her pregnancy, forced her to abort it. On October 31, 2017, four men raped a girl near Habibganj railway station in Bhopal when she was returning home in the wake of going to a coaching class. The victim, girl of a police couple, needed to make rounds of various police stations to get her complaint registered as cops bandied over jurisdiction. The occurrence has started an enormous public outrage. With a specific instil fear in offenders, the Bhopal police paraded four men, accused for gang raping a 20-year-old girl, on the bustling city streets a month ago. Recently, police in Madhya Pradesh have taken to parading eve teasers eve-teasers or those blamed for sexual offenses through streets, as a measure of deterrence after the government experienced harsh criticism for increase in crime against women.