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Sonepat sisters undergo lie-detector test at CBI lab

india Updated: Dec 22, 2014 23:36 IST
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Two days after three accused in the November 28 molestation case underwent a lie-detector test, the complainant sisters, Aarti and Pooja, who hail from Sonepat on Monday were taken for the same test at the Central Bureau of Investigation's forensic science laboratory in New Delhi.

Kuldeep, Mohit and Deepak, residents of Asan village, were arrested by police after a video clip in which they were seen being beaten up by the Sonepat sisters went viral. They were taken by the special investigation team to undergo polygraph test on November 20 at the same place in Delhi.

Attar Singh Panwar, lawyer of the complainant sisters, told HT that his clients were informed by SIT on Sunday afternoon about the lie-detector test schedule and Aarti and Pooja, who are students of local government college here, moved to Delhi with their father Rajesh.

"They went inside the CBI's FSL at 11am. First, polygraph test was conducted on Aarti, which took many hours and then Pooja was taken inside," he said.

Notably, after witnesses submitted affidavits in support of the accused, sisters at a press conference had demanded narco analysis test on the accused and themselves as well to bring out the truth.

A SIT headed by DSP Yashpal Khatana had sought consent of the accused and complainants and took permission from a local court for lie-detector test on all the five persons.