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Gurgaon rape case: Complainant demands apology from JCP

The complainant claimed that JCP Bharti Arora had once helped get the accused released from police custody.

A day after Ajay Bharadwaj, accused in a rape case, and his sister Chanchal accused Gurgaon Police Commissioner Navdeep Singh Virk of ‘malafide intentions’, the complainant in the case alleged that Bharti Arora, Gurgaon’s joint commissioner of police (traffic), had misused her powers and shielded the accused.

The complainant claimed that Arora had once helped get the accused released from police custody.

She added that she had also written to the National Commission for Women (NCW) over the issue and asked them to intervene in the matter. “I have got a response from the NCW and the Haryana chairperson will meet me to discuss details of the case and take it up with higher authorities,” she said.

The complainant also demanded a public apology from the JCP.

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“I expect Bharti Arora to publicly apologise to me for maligning my image. I have given all the requisite proofs including DNA reports, photographs of marriage and statements of bank transactions,” she said.

Ajay, son of former Gurgaon deputy commissioner R P Bharadwaj, had earlier claimed that Virk was helping the complainant.

First published on: 08-10-2015 at 03:02 IST
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