The Punjab and Haryana High Court on Monday pulled up the Haryana government for seeking more time to "collect more facts" in the Murthal gangrape case.
With the pro-quota agitation by Jats entering its 14th day, as many as 20 persons ere on Saturday detained by police for holding a dharna without permission
The report of the Special Investigation Team of the Haryana government submitted in the Punjab and Haryana High Court on the alleged gang rapes in Murthal presents no evidence to suggest any instances of sexual violence was perpetrated during the violent quota agitation.
One of the key witnesses of the Murthal gang-rapes, which allegedly took place during the Jat agitation, is claiming that he has been subjected to intimidation through 'threatening phone calls'
Haryana police denied any incidents of gangrape in Murthal in Sonepat district in its status report submitted at the Punjab and Haryana High Court.
Jat quota stir: HC directs victims of alleged sexual assault at Murthal to file complaints with judges
The Punjab and Haryana High Court's latest order comes a day after it took suo moto cognizance of the alleged rapes in Murthal.
The JNU students used words to express their dissent, while the Jat agitators wreaked havoc, causing extensive damage to public property.
HC probe on Jat quota stir: Reports of rape in Murthal termed false by Haryana police and government
An investigating committee setup by the Haryana police failed to find any evidence of the alleged incidents, which occurs at the time of the Jat Protests.
Jat protesters on Tuesday lifted their blockade from the railway track at Mayyar in the district, clearing the Delhi-Hisar rail route.