Ishwar Singh, Deputy Commissioner of south Delhi told India Today that there are several contradictions in the woman’s testimony.
Hours after India Today reported that a Rohini resident was allegedly abducted and gangraped on gun-point by a taxi driver and his aide in Greater Noida, Delhi Police has expressed ‘doubts’ over the woman’s story.
Ishwar Singh, Deputy Commissioner of south Delhi told India Today that there are contradictions in the statement given by the complainant.
“When we cross-questioned her, she changed her statement. Now we are verifying her claims. Meanwhile, we are also looking around for the accused taxi driver,” said Singh.
The woman in her complaint said that she boarded the taxi from Hauz Khas on Tuesday night for a drop in Rohini but on the way, the driver took another passenger from Dhaula Kuan.
The two then drove her to Greater Noida and gangraped her somewhere near Pari Chowk area.
They also allegedly robbed her of her gold ornaments, mobile phone and Rs 12,000 in cash. The woman further claimed that she somehow managed to reach her home at 5am on Wednesday, and informed her family about the incident.
Her family then made a PCR call to the KN Katju Marg police station but since the woman was allegedly abducted from Hauz Khas, a case was registered at a different police station that had jurisdiction over the area.