According to reports, the woman had visited the minister's house to help his son on September 12. "The minister threatened me," she said, when she was taken to Nagar's house to locate the place where she was raped.
Nagar was present at his house when the CBI team had reached alongwith the victim. However, what's questionable is that the victim was taken to his house in the evening unlike the usual procedure, where they are normally taken during the daytime.
There was a lack of proper procedure too as the minister's house was still not sealed even after 24-hours of filing the case, nor was any action taken against him. This lapse was completely ignored by the officials. Even the FIR was filed six days after the complaint.
Earlier on Thursday, Nagar had filed his resignation from his post and was charged for the crime.