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Kenyan woman's complaint of assault false, says Noida police

A Kenya Embassy official said the woman was under tension due to family problem and had fabricated the false assault story. 

Published: 30th March 2017 03:39 PM  |   Last Updated: 30th March 2017 08:23 PM   |  A+A-

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By Express News Service

NEW DELHI: The woman from Kenya according to the Noida police might have actually lied about the entire incident of being attacked by locals on Wednesday evening.

According to the police there was some problem with her friend who might have hit her and no local person was involved in the incident.

“It is very much clear that no local was involved in this particular incident, we have checked the GPS data of the cab also but it completely contradicts what the lady said in her complaint. The only witness of the incident, the cab driver has said that he dropped her at her destination” said Dharmendra Singh, SSP Gautam Buddh Nagar.

Further the police said that there was a difference between the time the lady made a PCR call and the time of the incident. We believe after witnessing all the incidents and hearing from her friends about attacks she panicked and fabricated this story.   

READ MORE: Kenyan woman pulled out of cab, assaulted in Greater Noida

Earlier, the victim from Kenya complained that the Ola cab in which she was traveling was stopped by four local people, after that she was pulled out of the cab and beaten up. The incident came to light when three  Nigerian nationals were attacked by 500 plus mob in the Greater Noida area.

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