Mumbai: Two cops, auto driver booked for rape, assault under Pocso Act | Mumbai News – Times of India


MUMBAI: Police on Monday booked two constables and a auto-rickshaw driver on fees of rape, house-trespassing and theft, and below Safety of Kids from Sexual Offences (Pocso) Act after the sufferer introduced her grievance to the discover of Bombay excessive courtroom. Police sources claimed it was a frame-up.
That is second case of personnel from that police station being booked on fees of rape inside two months. In March, sub-inspector Yusuf Shaikh was booked for rape, unnatural intercourse and assault, on complaints of his second spouse. Shaikh was suspended.
The sufferer, by means of attorneys, advised HC she had been operating round since January however police weren’t addressing her grievance of rape and molestation of her 11-year-old daughter. HC had pulled up police, after which, late on Sunday night time police registered her grievance. On Monday, police advised a division bench of Justices Amjad Sayed and Abhay Ahuja they’d registered an FIR and began investigations.
Constables Shishupal Jagdhane and S Gavhane, and auto driver Ghure have been named.
Police registered a case and transferred it to Navghar police totally free and truthful investigations. A particular investigating staff (SIT) headed by deputy commissioner of police (zone VII) Prashant Kadam, and two feminine officers and 4 different policemen was constituted.
The grievance acknowledged that on January 14, police and the driving force barged into the sufferer’s home below the pretext of investigating a human-trafficking racket and assaulted the girl. The sufferer complained that the racket was being run by a lady in connivance with some cops. The sufferer claimed police hit her in her abdomen, which resulted in a miscarriage. She stated additionally they molested her daughter in entrance of her.
Police claimed that on the time acknowledged within the grievance, Jagdhane was in UP to arrest a legal, whereas Gavhane was on the police station. “Prima facie, it’s a frame-up however resulting from a technicality we needed to register an FIR. SIT will unearth the reality,’’ stated an official.
(The sufferer’s identification has not been revealed to guard her privateness as per Supreme courtroom directives on instances associated to sexual assault)


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