Owner of Sukhdev Dhaba, Amrik Singh said that he don’t authenticate alleged gangrapes in Murthal. Some newspapers carried reports of gangrapes quoting him and his workers. Amrik Singh also said that police took all CCTV footage.
The Haryana Police on Friday formed a team of three women officers to investigate alleged incidents of gang rape near Murthal in Sonepat district. Director general of police (DGP) Yashpal Singhal said no complaint of sexual assault has been filed.
The Tribune alleged that at least 10 women were sexually assaulted by miscreants on NH-I after a mob pelted stones at vehicles headed to the national capital region on Monday morning. The occupants of the vehicles fled, leaving the women behind – who were then allegedly targeted by the mob.
It was unclear if the incident was linked to the Jat agitation, which resulted in violence in Murthal as well as other parts of Haryana.
Singhal made the mobile numbers of the three women police officers – DIG Rajshree Singh (9729995000), and women DSPs Bharti Dabas (8053882302) and Surinder Kaur (9729990760) – public. He also gave an assurance that the identities of the victims and the informers would be kept secret.
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