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On DGP's direction, Kathua Police constitute SIT
Bani rape case
5/17/2018 10:44:05 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, May 17: Following the direction of Director General of Police (DGP) SP Vaid, a Special Investigation Team (SIT) was constituted by the Kathua Police in an alleged rape case of a minor.
According to sources, a young girl from Bani alongwith her father had recently held protest near the Press Club Jammu while holding her son.
Acting on direction from the Director General of Police, the Kathua police have constituted a SIT to probe the case in which the accused person was given clean chit on the report of DNA test and now the SIT would re-investigate the case.
It is pertinent to mention here that the girl recently outside Jammu Press Club told media that when she was 12-year-old and was grazing her goats in the forests and the alleged accused of village Kashir in Banjal in Bani Tehsil of Kathua district overpowered her. "I cried for help but no one was there and he allegedly outraged my modesty", alleged the victim.
She said that the accused person had threatened her of dire consequences in case she disclosed anything to the family members.
"I will kill you with knife and don't disclose anything before your family members," the victim girl said quoting her alleged rapist.
She said that she was scared and did not tell anything to her parents till I fell ill and her mother took her to the doctor.
"The doctor told my mother that I was pregnant," the girl maintained.
Minor girl said: "She disclosed the name of the accused before the family members and they immediately lodged an FIR at the concerned police station. From that day to this date, no action was taken. The guilty was not arrested. Instead, then SHO told us to settle the case with the accused by taking Rs 5 lakhs from him. Then SHO Bani suggested the victim not to identify the accused as her rapist in future and shift allegations on someone else," claimed the victim.
She further alleged that a DNA sample was also taken but the police changed it and hence, it did not match with the accused person. "The doctor who took the sample had told the police to seal the sample but they did not bother about it with an alleged intention to save the accused ," the victim girl alleged.
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