New Delhi, Sep 26 (UNI) Six days after a murderous assault on an ESI Hospital doctor that left her in a state of coma, police are yet to make any headway in the case with no arrests made or any questioning of suspects done so far.
While the police were still groping for leads into the case, the National Commission for Women (NCW) today instituted a committee to look into the alleged rape and attack on the doctor while seeking details from the police on the issue.
NCW chairperson Girija Vyas told UNI that a team of the commission would meet the victim tomorrow to know about the case.
''Today the doctors did not allow us to meet the victim as she was not in a condition to make a statement. However, the committee members would once again try to meet her tomorrow and ascertain the facts on the whole issue.'' The police, on the other hand, said it had made no progress in the case while confirming that no arrests had been made so far nor anyone questioned yet.
''No breakthrough has been reported in the case so far, neither have any clues been found,'' said the Investigating Officer.
Also, no statement of the victim was recorded as of now because of her condition, he added.
Meanwhile, police sources said investigations so far have revealed that the cloths of the victim had been changed before the police was informed. This, they said, was hampering the probe to a great extent.
''Also, the entry to the girl's premises was friendly and no cries of help was heard by anyone in the vicinity.'' Investigations are progressing on these findings, they said while adding that one more angle that male doctors lived on the ground floor of the apartment where the victim lived was also being probed into.
Police had yesterday filed a case under Section 307 (attempt to murder) and 376, along with 511, (attempt to rape).