Greater Noida: In a clear indication of the way investigating agencies function, CB-CID which was assigned the job to investigate the allegations of police atrocity in the twin villages of Noida Extension last week, is yet to begin its inquiry.

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati has ordered the CB-CID probe after directions from the National Scheduled Castes and Tribes Commission.

Meanwhile, the victims have said the local police accompanied with female constables had approached them regarding enquiry. But they were rather pressurising them to change their statements.

Showing distrust for the CB-CID and other probing agency, the victims urged that their case should be investigated by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).

Earlier in its report, the National Scheduled Castes and Tribes Commission had revealed that seven women were raped during the police crackdown.

Subsequently, Union Women and Child Development Minister Krishna Tirath in her statement in the Lok Sabha revealed that the police personnel resorted to much more than molesting women of the village.

Meanwhile, the villagers are not willing to say anything on the Minister's statement in Lok Sabha.

“We have already recorded our statements with the Commission… so we don’t want to scrape our injuries time and again,” said the victims.

JPN/Bureau