Rohtak Sisters’ Case: Police Says Charges Are False, Counsel Says Police Is Biased

In an interesting twist in Rohtak sisters’ molestation case, their counsel has alleged that the chargesheet filed by the Rohtak police in the district court is ‘biased’ against the sisters and the police is working under political pressure, reports Hindustan Times.

The sisters, Pooja and Aarti, thrashed three boys on a moving bus alleging molestation near Rohtak last year.

The Rohtak Police in its chargesheet has labelled the charges filed by the sisters as ‘false’.


The chargesheet, along with the report of the lie-detector test conducted on the girls, was filed in the court, in which the police have reportedly said that the allegations of eve-teasing and molestation levelled by the sisters against three accused — Kuldeep, Mohit and Dipak — are false.

As per the chargesheet, the woman, who had captured the entire episode in a video in the moving bus, has also denied the incident of eve-teasing in the bus.


Interestingly, the case had been handed over to the state crime branch. But a senior officer of the Rohtak police said that the local police, which registered the case, could file the chargesheet.

Attar Singh Panwar, counsel for the sisters, said:

“The report of the lie detector test might be fabricated as the police was working under political pressure. The case should now be handed over to the CBI to bring out the truth.”


On the other hand, Sandeep Rahtee, counsel for the accused boys said that the police had admitted that the scuffle erupted over a seat and they should have cancelled the FIR against the boys.


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