The media reported that a Chinese woman met a group of local young people while traveling in Central Pradesh, India. Chinese women suspected they had been medicated in tea and sexually assaulted. Local police subsequently launched an investigation and have now detained two local youth.
The 25-year-old Chinese woman arrived in Kjulaho, Madhya Pradesh, on December 28, 2018, according to the Times of India and the website of New Delhi Television. She went to the Agra Tourist Police Station on the 31st. The woman told police that she met a group of people sitting outside the teahouse on her way to the museum on the 30th and was invited to have tea together. However, after drinking two cups of tea and then arriving at the museum, I felt dizzy and forgot what had happened.
After returning from the museum, she said, she met the same people who were walking in the street. At the sight of her, however, the young people decided to go back to the teahouse. My last memory is seeing a man. I suspect that I was raped and that some medicines were mixed into the tea I drank. The woman said so.
Printing media said Wednesday that police in Central Pradesh had detained two young people from Kjulaho, who admitted drinking tea with the Chinese woman, but denied any wrongdoing. The two men said the woman went back after tea with them and returned an hour later, after which her whereabouts were unknown.
A preliminary physical examination of the woman revealed that she had not been sexually assaulted and that the blood test results had not yet been released, police said.