Top Gurgaon policemen at war over ‘rape’ case

Top Gurgaon policemen at war over ‘rape’ case


A full blown war has broken out in Gurgaon cops, using the joint commissioner of the police commissioner as well as police whining to the state director general of police and making serious charges against one another.

JCP Bharti Arora has accused of coercing her into implicating a defendant within an alleged rape case that she’s inquiring commissioner Navdeep Singh Virk. Arora has written to Haryana DGP against her supervisor, seeking his intervention, saying she worried her career might be harmed by Virk.

Virk, consequently, has additionally sent a report to the state police leader, alleging that Bharti is bent on saving as his sister is understood to her the rape accused.

The JCP has promised that she discovered that there is a despair on the section of the authorities to prove Bharadwaj guilty and carried out the investigation. She’s alleged that while the offences cannot be made out, Virk was on implicating Bhardwaj crouched.

“I failed to get bogged down or take prohibited dictate of a superior officer and emphasized truth (sic). Commissioner wished to indict the accused and the victim was acting on a regular basis.

I told him that my record was clean so I would uphold regulations and worry none. Following this he told me an enquiry he’d done against me on allegations of the rape victim and promised me guilty (sic). This enquiry tells his interest in case (sic). He’s got a hidden camera in his office and footage of same may be observed to confirm my claims,” read the letter.

When contacted, Virk said, “I do not understand about any such charge, so WOn’t comment. There can not be any question of wrongful implication of Ajay Bharadwaj in the rape case as he was detained in the said rape case considerably before I was posted here.”

These charges were looked into and following a probe, the claims against Arora were discovered to be right. Thus, a particular report was sent to DGP Haryana for proper actions against her,” he added.