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Court convicts Judicial Officer in rape case
10/21/2021 11:10:07 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Oct 21: A judicial officer was convicted in a rape case. Presiding Officer Fast Track Court Khalil Choudhary today convicted Rajesh Kumar Abrol (suspended Sub-Judge) facing trial in rape case.
The police case said that on 12-1-2018, complainant laid a written report before, Police Station Janipur, Jammu, to the extent that she hails from District Ramban and is presently putting up at Toll Post Nagrota, Jammu, with her minor daughter. She was contesting a case and met the accused for seeking legal support who promised her for legal support and sought domestic support from her.
She started working in the house of accused and in order to provide better education to her daughter the accused promised her to pay Rs. 5,000 per month as salary. For seeking legal support accused dissolved her marriage with her husband by getting divorce deed. The divorce deed was notarized and accused told one of his PSO to be the witness to the divorce deed. After sometime her parents asked her not to work with the accused as they want to take her to parental home.
The accused told her that he is a judge and has knowledge about the legalities and she believed on the accused and marry with him. She succumbed to his pressure and did not share the same with anyone around. The accused planned to have “Saptapadi” with her and he solemnized marriage with her in his house at Roop Nagar in presence of PSO Ashok Jamwal, his friend Darshan Gupta and one Pandit belong from Doda called by accused.
After one year of marriage with the accused she got knowledge that accused betrayed her by marrying her during the life time of wife namely Neetu Bala who was his second wife and first wife namely Surbhi was divorced by the accused. The wife of the accused Neetu Bala the prosecutrix and appraised about the facts to which complainant told that she is legally wedded wife of the accused.
The complainant alleged that accused also opened fire shot upon her.
She filed several complaints but the accused being influential person has managed to escape. As and when wife of the accused Neetu Bala cried about unlawful marriage with the prosecutrix, the accused withdrawn her society and is settled with his wife. On receipt of the said complaint a case came to be registered under FIR No. 06 of 2018, for the commission of offences under Section 420,376 RPC and investigation commenced in the case.
The statement of the complainant (herein after to be referred as prosecutrix) was recorded under section 164-A Cr.P.C. Statements of other witnesses was recorded under Section 161 Cr.P.C. Photographs produced by the complainant were seized. Medical examination of the prosecutrix was conducted. It has come on surface during investigation that prosecutrix was initially married and the said marriage was dissolved with mutual consent and out of the said marriage one girl child was born to her.
Presiding Officer Khalil Choudhary observed that all the evidence on record unerringly point toward the guilt of the accused. Thus, he is convicted for the offenses under section 420 and 376 (2) (K) RPC. Accordingly, Matter with regard to quantum of sentence will be heard on 23-10-2021.
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