Haryana government ready to probe gang rape reports

| Saturday, February 27, 2016 - 15:21
First Published |
Jat stir

New Delhi: Adding more evidence to claims of brutality by locals, torn clothes of women were found on Murthal NH-1 on Friday. Allegedly 10 women have been gang-raped on NH-1 by Jat protest agitators. 
The initial probe did not find anything about gang rapes. Finally, Haryana Police have formed a team of three women police officers who will be in charge of registering complaints of the  rape victims, Haryana police chief Yash Pal Singal said.
The team comprises of a DIG rank officer Dr. Raj Shree Singh, DSP Smt Bharti Dabas and DSP Surinder Kaur and they would be available on their mobile numbers from 3 pm on Saturday.
DIG Rajshree Singh: 9729995000
DSP Bharti Dabas: 8053882302
DSP Surinder Kaur: 9729990760
All these women officers would be available in Sonipat.
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The police chief also requested that if anyone has any information or any audio clip, video clip or any such evidence about any such crimes, they should share it with the newly formed team or with the local police.
Singal said that the government was taking up the matter very seriously. “Will try to conclude the probe thoroughly again and see to it that the criminals receive corporal punishment” he added. 
The High Court of Punjab and Haryana has also issued orders to the CJM’s to find any such leads in this matter  

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