Rape victim

Rape victim aggrieved among 2 police stations for FIR, did not register case, SHO Suspend, NCW responded

Rape victim : In Punjab’s Mohali, a rap victim informed the rap in the control room. After that, football was made between two police stations to register her case. With the 22-year-old girl, the same taxi person raped her in which she was going home. After the incident, the SHO has been suspended in relation to the torture of the rape victim after the case of another police station. Two days after the incident, the case of rape victim has been initiated. At the same time, the National Commission for Women has sought the government’s response in this matter.

It is being told that the girl works in a call center. On April 15, she was sitting in the taxi from Phase VIII to go to the office. The accused took him to a deserted place in the open ground in front of a government building. This area comes under the control of Sohna. Here, he made the victim a victim of his lust. After the rape taxi driver took the girl to a village. Here he tried to rape her again, but the young woman fled from there in some way and informed Mohali police control room.

After receiving the information about the control room, the information was given to SHO Dalhith Singh Gill of Sohana Police Station. Even after the information, he did not reach the spot. He sent a junior constable there. Constable after reaching here, interrogated the victim and said that she was picked up from FEZ eight areas, so she went there and filed her case. His case will not be recorded in the Sohna police station.

SHO Suspend, NCW responded

The girl’s face was not recorded in the police station at Phase-eight here. They told him that he has been raped in the police station so he went there and filed his case. The troubled young woman went to her house. The matter sprang up in the media and reached the senior officials. Two days after the incident, the SHO of the Sohana police station was suspended. The investigation of the girl’s case has been started. The National Commission for Women has sent a notice to the DGP of Punjab asking for an answer in this case.

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