National Minorities Commission took cognizance in Alwar rape case, sent notice to the Chief Secretary of the state
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New Delhi: Political ruckus continues in Rajasthan’s Alwar city over the alleged gang-rape of a deaf and mute minor. Meanwhile, the National Commission for Minorities has taken suo motu cognizance of the incident and issued a notice to the Chief Secretary of Rajasthan.
The commission has also asked some questions on the incident and asked to submit the report with answers by January 24. The commission has issued a notice to the Chief Secretary of Rajasthan asking whether the accused of the incident have been arrested or not? If so, under what sections have they been arrested? If they haven’t, then what steps are being taken to arrest them now? Apart from this, what steps are being taken to prevent such incidents in future?
In fact, the police investigating the incident on Friday was shocked by saying that rape with the victim has not been confirmed. Alwar Superintendent of Police Tejaswini Gautam herself gave information in front of the media and citing medical reports said that rape has not been confirmed in this case yet.
He further said that the auto in which the girl was traveling was also subjected to FSL investigation, but there was no doubt. The last CCTV footage found was 300 meters before the spot. In which the girl is seen walking around 7:30.
However, on the other hand, after the arrest of the accused for the last 4 days, the BJP is trying to surround the government and the top leadership on this issue.
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First Published : 15 Jan 2022, 05:15:01 PM