Sunday, July 4, 2010

Police to file FIR against woman for filing False GANG RAPE allegation as Motivated and malafide to settle personal score.

NEW DELHI: A 26-year-old woman has alleged that she was gangraped by her employers but Delhi Police, instead of acknowledging her complaint, confined her to her residence in Dilshad Garden for 10 days.
According to the police, the woman, who is a folk singer and has acted in devotional movies, had come to Delhi from Jind in Haryana earlier this year and took up a job with a real estate company at Indirapuram in Ghaziabad. According to Bharat Dubey, the advocate of the victim, the woman was in her accommodation alone on May 21 when four company directors allegedly gangraped her.
"But when she went to the Seemapuri police station to lodge a complaint, she was told to settle the case,'' claimed Dubey. The woman has alleged that senior northeast district officials asked her to come down to the Seemapuri police station on May 22. "The area DCP, SHO and the investigating officer at the police station told me to `settle' the case. When I refused they kept me confined to my house. For the next four days, I was forced to spend several hours at the police station,'' claimed the victim.
The victim claimed that she didn't relent and forced the SHO to file an FIR. "However, four police personnel, including lady constables, forced me to stay indoors till June 10. Even one of the accused who had raped me was with the cops. My statement under CrPC 164 was not recorded,'' she claimed.
It was around this time, claimed Dubey, that her fiance contacted her. "Charging the cops with illegally confining her, we moved the court with the plea that she be produced in court. The court directed accordingly. We also moved the HC pleading for transfer of the case from the Seemapuri police. It has directed us to approach a lower court. The lower court accordingly asked the Delhi Police to submit a report,'' said Dubey.
The woman, who is now in hiding after she and her fiance were forced out of Dilshad Garden, told Times City that they have also moved the National Commission for Women.
Meanwhile, both the Delhi Police and Ghaziabad police dismissed the allegations. Sources said the allegations were baseless and "personally motivated to malign the image of some directors of a respected company''. "The woman has fallen prey to the vested interests of some people. Our probe has found that the accused men were at different locations when the incident took place. We are now planning to cancel the original FIR and instead lodge a case of supplying false information against the woman,'' said a source in the district. "It is only a property dispute which has turned ugly,'' said a Ghaziabad police officer.

1 comment:

  1. thanks my friend for that important case against criminal women. send this report to NCW and media for clarification & highlight on it. my self j d.joshi, Member of AADHAR AND SAVE INDIA FAMILY AND Organizer secretary, maharashtra state for INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHT ASSOCIATION. Can u work with us for AADHAR in ur region. basically this organisation is operated for victim men and his familly. we are agressively acting on this matter, so we need ur contribution for this noble cause. TO SAVE MEN ON EARTH. Hope u will work with us. gudday. waiting for ur reply.