"These are very serious allegations. However, we need strong evidence before we make further headway in the case," said Rohtak DSP, Dharna Yadav.
The shelter home is run by Bharat Vikas Sangh, an NGO. It was raided by National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) in May.
At least 90 minor girls aged between 10-15 years were rescued by the NCPCR. Jaswanti Devi, the women who runs the shelter house has been arrested along with her daughter, son-in-law and a relative.
"I've been doing work related to child welfare for seven to eight years till now. But I haven't seen this kind of torture or sexual exploitation anywhere in my life," said Utsav Bains, Member, High Court's investigation team.
Jai Bhagwan, son-in-law of Jaswanti Devi, would brief the inmates before the foreigners visited them, said the inmates. They also said the guests were looked after well.
"These revelations are shocking. Details can only be revealed after the report is placed before the high court," said Utsav Bains.
He further said that the justice would be meted out to the culprits, if the matter was investigated by an independent agency outside Haryana.
The incidence came to light after two girls, who escaped from the home narrated their horrific tale to the National Commission for Child Rights following which action was taken by Punjab and Haryana High Court, who formed an investigative team after a PIL was filed.