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Arrest criminals, BJP goons for molestation of SC girls: BDC Chairmen
7/1/2020 9:50:11 PM

UDHAMPUR, July 1: Mounting a scathing attack on local administration for its failure to arrest the notorious gangsters of village Chanunta of Tehsil Ramnagar for trespassing into the basti of poor SCs, molesting their women besides assaulting and humiliating them, five Chairmen of BDCs of Ramnagar Constituency today called for immediate arrest of the accused under relevant sections of IPC and other laws relating to atrocities on SCs and women. They said that 4-5 notorious youth of village Chanunta had been often trespassing into the premises of SC basti and indulged in snooping, eve teasing and misbehaving with the SC girls.
“On 13th June, the notorious gangsters who were heavily drunk, barged into the premises of SCs in a local basti of Chanunta and started misbehaving with the women. And when the latter resisted, the culprits allegedly tore off their clothes and molested them. The male members of the families of the said women who reached the spot objected to the misdemeanor of the said vandals and whisked them away. The said youth however returned back after some time carrying swords and tokas and attacked the inhabitants of the SC basti injuring several of them. The SC youth were thereafter threatened of dire consequences in case they reported the matter to police. They said that they were affiliated with BJP and no one dare touch them. And contrarily the criminal elements owing allegiance to BJP prevailed upon the police to register a false case on the poor SC youth and their families. The repeated requests, however, of the SC women for arresting the criminals was not entertained by the Police at the behest of BJP leaders. Only minor offences have been slapped against the culprits. And rather than booking the culprits, the Police booked the victims thereby providing the most glaring example of its sycophancy of the rich and the mighty and its victimization of the poor”. This was stated by Chairmen of five BDCs of Ramnagar Constituency all belonging to SC community. The Chairmen included Sushma Devi Chairperson BDC Kulwanta, Neelam Devi Bhagat, Chairperson BDC Parly Dhar, Geeta Bhagat, Chairperson BDC Chanunta, Des Raj Chairman BDC Ramnagar and Dina Nath Chairman BDC Majalta.
Seeking high level enquiry into the nasty episode, the said Chairmen insisted for constitution of SIT to probe all other cases of atrocities on SCs in Ramnagar during the past few years.
Urging for personal indulgence of the Lt Governor into the atrocities against SCs in Ramnagar and other episodes of harassment, intimidation and persecution of poor and marginalized sections of the society, they cautioned to intensify the movement if the guilty were not punished at the earliest.
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