The wife and daughter of the Saudi diplomat allegedly abused the officials of Gurgaon Police when they went to rescue the two Nepalese women, who alleged rape by the diplomat, police said in a report to Ministry of External Affairs.
This and many other facts came to light when the detailed report of Gurgaon Police – prepared in connection with the incident and sent to the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) – surfaced today, a day after its copy was sent to the office of Additional Director General (Law and Order) of Haryana Police.
The facts disclosed by the report were later confirmed by senior police officials.
As per the report, while the investigation team and others accompanying them were waiting in the lobby outside the apartment’s front door, the women present there allegedly started beating up the Nepalese women to desist them from leaving the residence.
However, the team managed to rescue the victims “after a great deal of persuasion.”
The police, in the report, also mentioned that the diplomat’s daughter was the only person whom the victims knew by name.
The Nepalese women alleged that her father used to rape, sodomise and assault them with his friends, while his wife often allegedly used to threaten them by putting a knife on their throat and once one of them was also stabbed in her arm.
But the diplomat’s daughter never assaulted them, the victims told the police.
Gurgaon Police, in the report, mentioned that they were unaware about the identities of the occupants of the apartment when they went there to rescue the two Nepalese women, based on a tip off by an NGO, on September 7.
“We later realised that the residents could be Saudi Arabian nationals who may be holding diplomatic status in India. Their names could not be confirmed on spot but the male member is believed to be Mr Majid, who is believed to be the First Secretary with the Saudi Arabian Embassy in New Delhi,” reads the report.
It also mentions that Gurgaon Police had received a letter – followed by a phone call – from the Nepal embassy asking the Commissioner to “rescue and repatriate” the Nepalese women.
A copy of the letter was also purportedly sent to the MEA.
Senior Police officials now said that they were awaiting the ministry’s response to the detailed report (sent on September 9) before taking any further action in connection with the case.