No evidence of rapes in Murthal, says women panel

  • HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times, Panchkula
  • Updated: Mar 05, 2016 21:32 IST
Destruction at Jhajjar caused by the Jat quota agitation. (HT File Photo, for representation only)

Chairperson of National Commission for Women Lalitha Kumaramangalam on Saturday said that they have not found any evidence of gang-rapes at Murthal in Sonipat during the Jat agitation.

Kumaramangalam made the revelation during a media interaction in Panchkula during a three-day special training programme on “investigation of cases involving crime against women”.

The women commission chief said that they have not found any evidence during their investigations. “We have recorded many statements but there is no evidence. But if anyone has proof, then he or she can come to us,” she said.

The three-day training programme was conducted under the aegis of National Commission for Women and Board of Police Research and Development.

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