‘Rioters held for Azad Maidan violence may be among molesters’
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Officers investigating the Azad Maidan riots said of the 58 accused arrested for the violence, some may also have been involved in molestation incidents involving women constables. The police are now probing if the attack was pre-meditated and pre-planned.
"Our Special Investigating Team (SIT), formed to handle the molestation cases, is making substantial progress. Incidents involving molestation of our personnel are being investigated with the utmost level of sensitivity. Only women officers are speaking to them and progress is made every day in the case," said Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime) Himanshu Roy.
Roy said the police are still investigating if the attacks were pre-planned. "We cannot rule out that angle," he said.
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