Unnao rape case accused BJP MLA Kuldeep Singh Senger late Wednesday night created drama when he reached the SSP’s office in Lucknow and said that he was innocent. The accused BJP MLA Sengar while mentioning that he was being framed in the case also said that he was ready to surrender if there was any arrest warrant produced against him. The late night developments also witnessed scuffle between media personnel and the MLA’s supporters in the Uttar Pradesh capital.

Meanwhile, following the drama at SSP’s office in Lucknow, the UP government while giving a statement on the Unnao rape case said that an FIR will be lodged under appropriate sections considering allegations of rape on Kuldeep Singh Sengar and others. The case will be handed over to the CBI for further investigation. Meanwhile, the authorities assured that the victim’s family will be given adequate security.

Earlier, upon reaching the SSP’s office, BJP MLA Kuldeep Sengar while speaking to reporters had said, “Will go wherever the media people would want me to go … I have come here after being requested by media personnel.” (Aap (media) jahan kaho wahin chalen. Apke channel mai chal kar baithen. Main channel ke saathiyon ke kehne se yaha aaya hoon. Channel ke saathi jahan par kahenge wahan chaloonga. Namaste.)

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Earlier in the day, the accused BJP MLA Sengar’s wife Sangeeta Sengar in an attempt to defend her husband had met top UP police official and complained that media had already declared her husband as guilty. Sengar’s wife Sangeeta Sengar also demanded justice for her husband. She said that her husband had isolated himself in a hotel room in Unnao and was feeling helpless. Sangeeta Sengar had met Director General of Police (DGP) OP Singh and said that the media had already declared him guilty of rape. “We want the truth to come out. Just by using words like ‘balaatkari’, nothing will be proved,” Sangeeta Sengar added.

Meanwhile, the UP government which has already constituted a Special Investigation Team (SIT) to investigate the Unnao rape case involving a BJP MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar on Wednesday submitted its first preliminary report. The investigating team will also be probing the suspicious death of the rape victim’s father who had died in custody. The SIT is being headed by Additional Director General of Police (Lucknow zone) Rajeev Krishna, who visited Unnao’s Makhi village to begin the investigation in the case. The SIT team visited the crime scene and also the tree where the rape victim’s father was tied and beaten.

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