Swiss woman gangrape: Congress says cops caught innocent people
The Madhya Pradesh Police, however, insisted that the accused had confessed to the crime and that the recovery of victimís laptop and mobile phone from them proved their involvement.
DIG D K Arya said authorities had requested the Swiss Embassy to send the victim and her husband to Datia at the earliest to facilitate identification of the accused. The couple had left for Delhi on Saturday.
The Opposition Congress, which protested inside and outside the Assembly against the deteriorating law and order situation in the state, alleged that the real culprits were yet to be arrested. Congress legislator Govind Singh claimed the police had picked up wrong persons to show that they had cracked the case.
Leader of Opposition Ajay Singh, who led the partyís protest at Datia, demanded a CBI inquiry to trace the real culprits.
The party demanded resignation of state Home Minister Umashankar Gupta inside the Assembly, where its legislators disrupted the proceedings forcing the speaker to adjourn the House twice during question hour and later for the day after rushing through the dayís business quickly.
Shouting slogans and sporting black aprons, the Congress legislators did not let the house to function though they had demanded discussion on the law and order issue.
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