Mumbai: An RTI activist has claimed that Mumbai police could not provide any information as to whether owners of Shakti Mills premises in central Mumbai, where two gangrapes took place last year, were summoned during the investigation.
The premises are in the possession of the Official Liquidator of the Bombay High Court for the last 16 years.
RTI activist Anil Galgali had filed a query under the RTI Act with the Mumbai police on October 15, 2013, seeking information about the people arrested in the two cases and action taken against the property owners for not securing the deserted premises.
The Mill, defunct for the last many years, lies in the busy central Mumbai area.
Sudhakar Ghagre, Senior Inspector, N M Joshi Marg police station, said in his reply that the Crime Branch was probing the case, and his station did not have information about the owner.