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Sonepat sisters’ case: 'Allegations not reliable', police files challan in court

Dainik Bhaskar News Network | Last Modified - Aug 18, 2015, 01:07 PM IST

According to polygraph report, the statements of the boys appear to be credible, police has explained in challan.
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    Rohtak: Police have claimed in court that the allegations of Sonepat sisters against three boys don't appear to be reliable. The investigating officers have filed a challan in court based on polygraph report, forensic psychological assessment, and statement of the woman who recorded the thrashing incident in a moving bus on November 28 last year. According to police, the woman who recorded the act has denied molestation and eve-teasing. Further, she revealed to the police that one of the sisters had given her the mobile phone to film the incident.

    According to polygraph report, the statements of the boys appear to be credible, police have explained in challan. On the other hand, both the sisters kept changing their statements and their reply only tried to mislead the investigating agencies during polygraph tests, claims police in the challan.

    During the polygraph test, both the sisters denied handing over the phone to the woman to record the thrashing incident, a fact denied by the woman in her statement.

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    Rohtak: Police have claimed in court that the allegations of Sonepat sisters against three boys don't appear to be reliable. The investigating officers have filed a challan in court based on polygraph report, forensic psychological assessment, and statement of the woman who recorded the thrashing incident in a moving bus on November 28 last year. According to police, the woman who recorded the act has denied molestation and eve-teasing. Further, she revealed to the police that one of the sisters had given her the mobile phone to film the incident.

    According to polygraph report, the statements of the boys appear to be credible, police have explained in challan. On the other hand, both the sisters kept changing their statements and their reply only tried to mislead the investigating agencies during polygraph tests, claims police in the challan.

    During the polygraph test, both the sisters denied handing over the phone to the woman to record the thrashing incident, a fact denied by the woman in her statement.

    Image: Pooja and Aarti
    Check out more


  • +2 See more slides
    Rohtak: Police have claimed in court that the allegations of Sonepat sisters against three boys don't appear to be reliable. The investigating officers have filed a challan in court based on polygraph report, forensic psychological assessment, and statement of the woman who recorded the thrashing incident in a moving bus on November 28 last year. According to police, the woman who recorded the act has denied molestation and eve-teasing. Further, she revealed to the police that one of the sisters had given her the mobile phone to film the incident.

    According to polygraph report, the statements of the boys appear to be credible, police have explained in challan. On the other hand, both the sisters kept changing their statements and their reply only tried to mislead the investigating agencies during polygraph tests, claims police in the challan.

    During the polygraph test, both the sisters denied handing over the phone to the woman to record the thrashing incident, a fact denied by the woman in her statement.

    Image: Pooja and Aarti
    Check out more


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