Police fails to achieve breakthrough in rape case`
Panaji: Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar Wednesday said the police investigating rape of a seven-year-old school girl have failed to achieve any breakthrough, although there are enough leads.
"We have got leads but not a breakthrough," Parrikar told reporters after a cabinet meeting here.
The chief minister said the police is probing various angles in the case, which was reported on January 14.
The seven-year-old school girl was allegedly raped in a toilet next to the headmistress` cabin.
"There are 15 officers who are working to crack the case,"he said. The crime branch has formed a 15-member special investigation team.
The school headmistress was arrested by the police for negligence, but the court released her on bail.
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