Rape Case / Minister Mahesh Joshi's son not found, Delhi Police pasted notice at home

Vikrant Shekhawat : May 15, 2022, 06:36 PM
Jaipur. Delhi Police, who came to arrest in the rape case registered against Rohit Joshi, son of Rajasthan government minister Mahesh Joshi, has now summoned him for questioning. Delhi Police, who reached Jaipur on Sunday morning, raided two places in search of Rohit but he could not be found. On this, the Delhi Police pasted a notice at Mahesh Joshi's private residence in the afternoon asking Rohit to appear in Delhi for questioning. It has been said in the notice that he should appear at Delhi's Sadar Bazar police station on May 18 at 1 pm for investigation.

In this notice issued by the woman investigating officer of Delhi Police, Rohit has been directed to appear at Delhi Sadar police station for interrogation. This notice to appear for questioning has been pasted at the main gate of the private residence of Minister Mahesh Joshi. Earlier, in search of Rohit, Delhi Police had also reached the residence of Minister Mahesh Joshi on Civil Lines this morning. Earlier, she had gone to raid another house to catch Rohit. But Rohit did not get the place of both. The minister tightened the screws on the son

After the preliminary investigation of the rape case, a 15-member team of Delhi Police reached Jaipur this morning. On not getting Rohit, now he has been summoned for questioning through a notice. It has been said in the notice that along with coming, if there is any document or any other record related to the case, then he should also bring it. After this whole incident, the screws have been tightened on the minister's son Rohit.

The rape case was registered on May 8 in Delhi

It is worth noting that on May 8, a 24-year-old girl lodged a case against Rohit, son of Gehlot government's water minister Mahesh Joshi, in Delhi's Sadar police station under serious criminal sections of rape, blackmailing, abortion and escaping on the pretext of marriage. Was. After that, politics has heated up in the state regarding this matter. In this case, the victim has recently sent an e-mail to the Chief Minister's Office, Rajasthan and the Governor, demanding the safety of herself and the family.