The survivor of the gangrape in Haryana's Rewari, who is still recovering in the hospital, has missed an exam for a job that she had taken months to prepare for.
The 19-year-old, who was gangraped on 12 September, was supposed to appear for the exams on 19 September.
The Indian Express reported that she was kidnapped by two of the men while she was on her way to the coaching centre, where she had enrolled to prepare for the exam for a government job.
The woman, the report said, has still not gained complete consciousness, making it impossible for her to appear for the exam.
The fee for her coaching was more than the money that her father earned as a school teacher.
The survivor was a good student and was good in extracurricular activities as well.
The father of the girl told The Indian Express that, "She scored very well in her Class 10 and we were invited to attend a function in Delhi. That was the first time I visited Delhi... While the students were put up in a hotel near Jantar Mantar, there were no arrangements for the parents. I didn't mind, though. It was a proud moment for us."
The girl was a topper of the Class XII exam in the Rewari area.
The police on Sunday arrested an Army jawan, Pankaj, and his friend Manish—two of the key accused in the case after 11 days of raids.
Three others, Nishu, Sanjeev and Deen Dayal, had been arrested on 16 September.
Superintendent of PoliceNazneen Bhasin told The Hindu, "The two buried their phones. They did not have enough cash and took help from the petty criminals."
Nishu, Pankaj and Manish are said to have kidnapped and drugged the girl when she was on her way to the coaching centre. They reportedly took her to a room housing a tubewell, where they gangraped her.