‘Molester’ let off after Panchayat intervention
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An alleged molester was let off by police after intervention by Panchayat members at Hansi, some 26 km from here, officials said Saturday. Nand Kishorre Singla, who molested a 28-year-old married woman from Jamawari village, was let off after Panchayat members requested police not to register a case against him on hearing his "apology", police said. The woman had come along with her brother to purchase food for animals when Singla molested her, police said. He sought an apology from the woman and from members of Panchayat and elders of the village who intervened in the matter at the police station in Hansi.
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