Gurgaon Police to Continue Probe in Suadi Diplomat Case

Gurgaon police said, they are going to continue with the probe against the Saudi diplomat who has left India and the friends that visited him.

Published: 17th September 2015 11:21 PM  |   Last Updated: 17th September 2015 11:21 PM   |  A+A-

GURGAON: The Gurgaon police said on Thursday that they are going to continue with the probe against the Saudi diplomat who has left the country and the “friends” that visited him.

This a day after diplomat Majed Hassan Ashoor accused of raping two Nepalese women left the country, Gurgaon Police said it was continuing to investigate the case to nab others allegedly involved in the crime.

Gurgaon Police Commissioner Navdeep Singh Virk said "The investigation continues the details of which cannot be shared at this stage."

Interestingly the Gurgaon police was not at all kept in the loop by the Ministry of External Affairs about the diplomat’s exit from India.

“We have still not received any official communication about the diplomat leaving the country, we got the news through social media” said a senior police official.

On September 7, Gurgaon Police had conducted a raid at the diplomat's residence after receiving a complaint that two Nepalese women were kept there in confinement and raped by the diplomat and his "guests" repeatedly.

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