Gurgaon rape case: Residents of Saudi diplomat's apartment beat up police officers, alleges report

The Gurgaon police on Monday submitted a report on the alleged rape and torture of two Nepalese women by a Saudi diplomat to the Haryana DGP.

 Gurgaon rape case: Residents of Saudi diplomats apartment beat up police officers, alleges report

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According to Times Now, the police have claimed in the report that the residents of the apartment from where the two women were rescued abused and even beat up the police officers who had were present there.

The TV report also said that the report was a detailed description of how the crime against the two women took place and the sequence of events which took place during the night when the women were rescued. The Times Now reporter added that the details of the report "cannot be described on television".

Gurgaon Police on Wednesday night had sent a "detailed" report to the External Affairs Ministry on the issue, according to PTI.

The report was e-mailed to the ministry, hours after a second medical medical examination of the two women, who were rescued from the diplomat's apartment on Monday night, confirmed rape and sodomy, Rajesh Chechi, ACP (Crime) of Gurgaon Police, had said.

He had said that the "detailed report" contained "elaborate description" of the sequence of events, including the rescue of the two women and registration of an FIR in the case.

The two Nepali women had been rescued from an apartment flat on the fifth floor of Ambience Island Caitriona complex in Gurgaon. The victims were "rescued" after the intervention of the Nepalese embassy and with the help of an NGO Maiti India, police had said.

The Nepali women were lured on pretext of all comforts and high salary for a job in Saudi Arabia by a woman in Nepal six months ago, according to IANS.

"After keeping the duo for some time in Jeddah in Saudi Arabia, both were brought to Gurgaon. The victims were raped and gang raped by the diplomat and his friends and guests," Assistant Commissioner of Police Rajesh Kumar had told IANS.

On the other hand, the Saudi Embassy had issued a statement on Wednesday terming the allegations "false" and said it has protested the police "intrusion" into a diplomat's house against "all diplomatic conventions".

(With agency inputs)

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Updated Date: Sep 14, 2015 16:16:20 IST