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Woman tells court BSP MP didn't rape her.

THE ongoing trial in the rape case against BSP MP Dhananjay Singh witnessed a curious twist on Friday with the alleged victim telling a Delhi court that she was not sexually assaulted by the politician.

According to the sources, the 42- year- old woman told Additional Sessions Judge Sarita, during an in- camera proceeding, that nothing wrong was done to her by Singh and he had not raped her.

The woman, a railway employee, deposed as a prosecution witness before the court which commenced the trial in the case.

In the charge sheet against Singh in the rape case, the police alleged that he had repeatedly raped the woman between July 2005 and March 2009. She also said she does not want depose anything against Singh.

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Date:Apr 5, 2014
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