Langah case: Victim claims ” ‘I am not in the video”

By 1st March 2018 0 Comments


A woman who accused former SAD minister Sucha Singh Langah of raping her for years retracted her charges in court on Wednesday, instead accusing police of being in cahoots with some politicians to frame the leader.

In a dramatic turn of events that began before the Gurdaspur byelection last year, the woman withdrew her accusations before Additional District and Sessions Judge Prem Kumar, Langah and his battery of lawyers, saying they were made under pressure. She also denied being in the video that went viral before the Lok Sabha byelection in October.
The woman accused police of making her sign blank papers, which she claimed were then used to defame her.
The court will hear the case on March 12.

While Deputy Superintendent (Special Branch) Gurbans Singh Bains—the supervising officer in the case—said he would comment only after he went through a copy of the victim’s statement, police sources said the developments have caught them off guard.
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