Jat stir: Torn ladies' undergarments seen near Murthal road; police denies reports of gang rape

Murthal, Feb 26: Haryana government as well as the administration might have denied reports of alleged sexual assault of women commuters on the national highway in Murthal, but images from the site are narrating an entirely different story.

ABP News report showed torn dresses of women, including jeans and inner-wears, scattered on the site where atleast 10 women were forcibly dragged out and raped in the nearby fields.

Ladies' undergarments found at Murthal

However, it is still not confirmed whether the clothes strewn on the roads belonged to the rape victims.

No victim has so far came forward to complain about the alleged gang rape but reports are also coming that the cops asked the victims not to file complaints.

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As per reports, the victims said, Haryana Police has allegedly told them that nothing would happen to the rioters, even if they file a police complaint against them. Dissuading them from filing a complaint, the cops told the victims about the hassles of medical tests and law procedures.

Haryana government has denied such reports. The Haryana Police has also dismissed the report and said that 'this is just a rumour' but eyewitnesses have a different story to tell.

As per a Tribune report, some 30-odd people attacked commuters, set their vehicles ablaze, dragged women out who couldn't escape and raped them.

Reports claimed, residents of Hassanpur and Kurad rushed to bring clothes and blankets for the victims. Murthal's famous Sukhdev Dhaba too, was attacked by these goons as they tried to set he eatery on fire but were stopped when locals intervened.

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