Panchakanya are considered role-model women.
Panchakanya(पञ्चकन्या, pañcakanyā), also known as the Five Virgins, is a group of five iconic heroines of Hindu epics, extolled in a hymn and whose names are believed to dispel sin when recited. They are Ahalya, Draupadi, Sita, Tara and Mandodari. Sits, Ahalya, Tara, Mandodari are from the epic Ramayana; while Draupadi is from Mahabharata.
The panchakanya are venerated as ideal women and chaste wives in one view.
If so, how are Ahalya and Draupadi part of the list?
Ahalya committed adultery knowing that it is Indra, and Draupadi had multiple husbands, something forbidden by Hindu scripture but was exceptionally permitted to Draupadi.
How can these women be role-models?