MUMBAI, Aug. 25 (Xinhua) -- Indian police arrested the rest two suspects of the Mumbai gangrape case on Sunday morning, as calls remained unabated across the country for tougher measures against rapists.
The fourth accused was arrested in Mumbai while the last one was nabbed in New Delhi.
The incident took place on Thursday evening when a female photojournalist and her colleague shot pictures of an abandoned textile mill in central Mumbai. She was hospitalized for injuries and her condition was said to be stable.
The first accused in the case was arrested on Friday and reportedly confessed to his crime while he also identified the other four. The second accused was arrested from a south Mumbai video parlour late on Friday night and the third accused was arrested on Saturday.
Some protests were held in several Indian cities Saturday against the gangrape, which was reminiscent of a horrific gangrape last December in New Delhi, in which a 23-year-old medical student was raped and killed by six men on a moving bus.
In both cases, the assaulters tied and beat the male companions while assaulting the women.