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Murthal gangrapes: MP man flooded with phone calls due to goof-up by Haryana cops

Appealing the people to come out with any information on Murthal gangrapes , Haryana Police on Friday released three mobile numbers belonging to the members of the three-member probe team. 


Murthal gangrapes: MP man flooded with phone calls due to goof-up by Haryana cops

New Delhi: Appealing the people to come out with any information on Murthal gangrapes , Haryana Police on Friday released three mobile numbers belonging to the members of the three-member probe team. 

But the cops were left red-faced when they realised that instead of the team head DIG Dr Rajshree Singh they have publicised a wrong number. The number which was released, belongs to a man in Indore in Madhya Pradesh. 

According to a report in the Times of India, the police meant to give the number of DIG Dr Rajshree Singh (9729995000). Instead, they mistakenly gave out the number of Rohit Rojaskar from Indore.

On Friday, the Haryana Public Relation department has issued numbers of all three women officers, part of the investigation team.

Haryana chief secretary (home) PK Das dismissed the error as typo and said it will be fixed soon. The contact numbers of two other members of the team — Bharti Dabas (8053882302) and Surinder Kaur (9729990760) — are correct, said Das.

Fed up with frequent calls about update on Murthal gangrapes case, Rohit Rojaskar told that he is receiving calls from all over the world. Callers are inquiring about updates in the case. It is irritating.

Following the media reports about the gangrapes at Murthal in Sonipat district during Jat agitation in Haryana, the state government has constituted a three-members team to probe the allegations. 

Apart from some witnesses with vague statements, no victim has approached the police so far. 

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