The woman registered a complaint during a weekly public hearing organised by police in Indore yesterday. However, a case is yet to be registered.
Indore's Women Police Station in-charge Jyoti Sharma told PTI that all persons concerned have been summoned to record their statements on the woman's complaint.
"Since the allegations are yet to be corroborated, no case has been registered so far," Ms Sharma said.
The woman said she separated from her husband after the incident but he and the two men were constantly harassing her, the officer added.
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