Punished for having a relationship with a man from another village.
She was fined £490, but was taken away when she couldn't pay it.
The 'judges' locked her in a shed where 13 men raped her overnight.
The 20-year-old woman, pictured arriving at a hospital in Western Bengal.
By Richard Shears
Despite her critical condition and clinging to life, the female victim managed to tell her story to The Times of India.
Police arrest around a dozen people in connection with the gang rape of a 20-year-old woman from Birbhum District in West Bengal, India.
The men are accused of brutalising a woman as punishment for her having an affair
Ten of the accused took part in the kangaroo court, police said
The victim of the alleged rapists was left barely clinging to life'I had an affair with a man,' she told the paper.
Police said that the youth was told to pay a fine of £245 and warned that if he did not pay, men from the village would 'have fun with the girl.'
They even filmed her with mobile phones, which resulted in police moving into the area and making arrests.
The girl received a bravery award from Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and today she lives in a state-run welfare home.
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