The incident, which also involved a male friend, who was beaten by the
men, sparked protests across the nation, which at times turned violent.
"It is their right to protest peacefully. We have been allowing them for three days. But when these protesters got excited and other elements got into this, then we had to do this inquiry. One of the constables is very serious. We have no issue on peaceful protest and we have already agreed to all their demands," Shinde said.
A day before the trial, the Chief Justice held a meeting with chief secretaries and director generals of police from all Indian states to discuss complaints about rape and sexual harassment across the country.
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