Fake Case of Attack on Kenyan Girl:Police claimed

Here in UP after taking charge by CM Yogi, the police is in full action and has claimed that the case of manhandling with Kenya’s damsel has been solved.
An Afro damsel was allegedly attack by some unidentified men when she was passing in a taxi cab near Nolej Park in Greater Noida, a city of UP. The incident was narrated some like this that some unidentified persons came in front of taxi and manhandled her by stopping the taxi. The victim was rushed to hospital where she was treated. Police probe was in action since then, but the statement of cab driver recorded their exposed the whole story.
The driver told police that he had left the girl in morning 6 o’clock in front her house. The police patrolling was continued outside the Society. Driver added that an African boy had come to meet her there.
The police have arrested 5 people; registered the case against 1200 unidentified person; and 10 people are by name accused in this case in the Niger students attack case which exactly occurred this. 54 people have been identified in video recording and search operation to the identified men is in swing to find them.
Mr Dharmendra Singh,SSP Gautambudh Nagar, told that the police was in stress after the manhandling incident with the Niger youths in Greater Noida. meanwhile Police had received the call of beating Kenyan girl student. The police began its investigation.
Maria, student, called check post in charge from Ivory hospital in Wednesday morning at 7 o’clock and then police took her to Kailash hospital where the medical examination revealed no clue of thrashing.
Police collected information that the incident day, as she alleged, Wednesday morning she had booked an OLA cab. Police found his screen shot in Maria's cell phone, and all details were also found on this phone APP. Maria had booked this cab from Delhi police society to Ominicrone. Pintu was the driver of this cab.
In press conference called by SSP,Cab driver Pintu was appeared before media. Pintu told that Maria dragged wine bottle and drank two glasses. The ride fare was Rs 120; Maria gave Rs 500 note; but I had no change, so she paid 120 Rs change.
African Welfare Association executive told that the girl had told that a scuffle had been between her and her friend; consequently she was upset and spoken bogus talk. The officers from Kenyan High Commission officers have said that they are satisfied with police action.

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