Nirbhaya protest
BBC documentary 'India's Daughter' has been banned by Home Minister Rajnath Singh, following a furor over the misogynistic remarks made by death row inmate Mukesh Singh in an interview. However, not everyone's happy with the ban. (Pictured here) People are seen protesting in Delhi over Nirbhaya rape case.Ramesh Lalwani | Flickr

Nothing seems to deter rapists in this country, not even a documentary on Nirbhaya's gangrape case. In the latest shocker, a 23-year-old girl was allegedly raped by a group of unidentified men in a moving car on Saturday night.

The incident took place in the Raj Guru Nagar locality of Ludhiana, Punjab. The girl was allegedly forced into a car by three youths while she was on her way back from her paying guest (PG) accommodation after meeting her friend, who stayed nearby, Commissioner of Police Promod Ban said, reports PTI.

The victim alleged that two of the three men raped her inside the moving car and dropped her near the same locality from where they had abducted her, Ban said, adding that the police have registered a case of abduction and gangrape against the three accused as the medical examination had confirmed rape.

Meanwhile, the police are investigating the footage of the CCTV camera installed in Raj Guru Nagar locality and have so far found a car that was driven in that area when the incident took place.

Despite stricter rules, protests and now a documentary – India's Daughter – on the 16 December rape victim, the nation has continued to witness crimes against women.

On Friday, a man in his thirties had sexually assaulted a six-year-old girl with a four-foot iron rod in Gujarat's Ahmedabad district.