There is a big disclosure in the assassination of the Irish woman who was found dead at Canacona beach in Goa. According to the post mortem report, Irish national Danielle McLaughlin, 28, was raped and later done to death by strangulation.
Vikat Bhagat who is the murder accused was arrested by Canacona police on Wednesday, has now been booked under additional charges of “rape, demolition of evidence and the reason to cause hurt under various sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC)”. He is in seven days police custody by a local court.
Police said, that crime was committed by one person, and that it was not a gang rape. Bhagat's other four friends were arrested under Section 41 of IPC and later released.
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