Sonepat schoolgirl ‘gangrape’: Cops to seek permission for polygraph test of 2 accused

Updated on Sep 26, 2017 02:32 PM IST

Meanwhile, the school management has shrugged off the allegation calling it a conspiracy of their competitors to defame the name of their institute.

The student of Om Public School in Gohana had written in her letter that school clerk Sukhbir and accountant Karambir sexually assaulted her on several occasions and gangraped her.(Representative image)
The student of Om Public School in Gohana had written in her letter that school clerk Sukhbir and accountant Karambir sexually assaulted her on several occasions and gangraped her.(Representative image)
Hindustan Times, Rohtak | By, Rohtak

The Sonepat police will seek permission of judicial magistrate on Tuesday to conduct a polygraph test of the two school employees, who were accused by of gangraping a girl student in anonymous letters sent to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the local police.

The student of Om Public School in Gohana had written in her letter that school clerk Sukhbir and accountant Karambir sexually assaulted her on several occasions and gangraped her in a local hotel. She has not come forward as of now to register her statement in front of magistrate.

The student of Om Public School in Gohana had written in her letter that school clerk Sukhbir and accountant Karambir sexually assaulted her on several occasions and gangraped her in a local hotel.

The two accused have been booked for rape and detained by police, who will seek the court’s permission for their polygraph test. “We have not got any clue on the complainant so far. Since this is a serious matter, we don’t want to leave any lapses in investigation. The polygraph test will help us in knowing the truth. If the court allows, we may go ahead with the test on Tuesday only,” Gohana SHO Kuldeep Singh told HT.

He said the police are trying to locate the origin of the anonymous letter, which they had received through a local media office. He said school students were on Monday given counselling by experts to come forward if they know any details in the case.

The police also searched for records of any girl students who night have quit the school recently. Meanwhile, the school management has shrugged off the allegation calling it a conspiracy of their competitors to defame the name of their institute.

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    Hardik Anand is a correspondent, who reports from Rohtak in Haryana. From petty crimes to big data stories, he is interested in covering them all.

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