Cops refuse to file gangrape FIR, victim commits suicide in UP

Agencies
June 18, 2019

Badaun, Jun 18: A 24-year old rape victim in Badaun hanged herself to death a couple of hours after FIR was registered against the alleged rapists.

Her body was found hanging at her Badaun residence on Sunday. Police have claimed to have recovered a suicide note.

Badaun Senior Superintendent of Police Ashok Tripathi suspended the station house officer on the charges of negligence.

The victim was allegedly gang raped by her distant relatives. She had visited the local police station on June 15 but the SHO didn’t register an FIR despite her requests. The FIR was registered on the directions of Bareilly zone ADG Avinash Chandra.

The victim got married a few years ago and was staying with her parents. Her husband works as a daily wage labourer in New Delhi.

The victim had mentioned her misery in her suicide and urged the police to punish those guilty.

The Indian Express has reported that the FIR was registered against three individuals—all distant relatives of the victim—on charges of rape just two hours before the body was found.

The SSP said as per the FIR, on May 15 the woman met three of her relatives who claimed that her husband was unwell and they were going to Delhi to visit him. She accompanied them.

“The victim had alleged that the accused took her to Secunderabad city in Telangana and kept her in a room where they raped her. Around a week later, when the accused were taking her to Delhi, she called her parents using a co-passenger’s cellphone and told them about her ordeal. The victim had said her father, along with some others, reached Delhi railway station, he added.  “She claimed that upon spotting the group at the station, the accused fled,” The Indian Express quoted the SSP.

The victim met the ADG Avinash Chandra who directed the circle officer to register the FIR, said the SSP.

Additional Superintendent of Police, City (Badaun), Jitendra Kumar Srivastava said a probe was on.

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abdallah
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Wednesday, 19 Jun 2019

Police are following instructon from our great leader's saying "sab ka saath sab ka vikaas"  .  Police should consider rapist request also and they cannot file FIR on the request of victim.   SHO is following the instructiions 100 percent and soon he will join politics.   Beti bachao beti padhao slogan should be changed as beti badhao beti ka rape karo.   

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Agencies
January 12,2021

New Delhi, Jan 12: In more trouble for WhatsApp, which is facing criticism over its revised user data policy in India, New Delhi-based think-tank Cyberpeace Foundation said on Monday that China-based hackers are targeting WhatsApp users in the country with the promise of 'part-time' jobs. Such proliferating messages on WhatsApp, which come with attached links, claim that one can earn Rs 200 to Rs 3,000 in a day in 10 to 30 minutes.

"There are multiple links that redirect to a common URL and each link uses different numbers to send a message," the foundation said in a statement.

"It can be observed that the same outgoing link is used for all the links with variation in the numbers. The parameter in the links indicates that they can be redirected to WhatsApp in all regions and in languages other than English," said the report.

The CyberPeace Foundation along with experts from Autobot Infosec Private Ltd has launched an independent investigation into the matter.

"In all the links, the same redirection and outgoing sources were generated. However, in one link, a different URL was found and one new IP address that belongs to one of China's hosting company Alibaba Cloud," the report said.

When the URL is manipulated, an error code is displayed in Chinese language, the report said, adding that the domain names found during the investigation seem to have been registered in China.

"The IP address of the link is 47.75.111.165 and it can be traced to Alibaba Cloud, the city Hong Kong and the country China," it further claimed.

The news comes at a time when WhatsApp is asking users to either give their consent to sharing data with Facebook or lose their accounts after February 8, triggering a heated debate globally, including in India.

 

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January 14,2021

Mumbai, Jan 14: A 26-year-old woman has died after her husband allegedly pushed her out of a running local train while they were standing at its door in Mumbai, a police official said on Thursday.

The incident took place on Monday afternoon between Chembur and Govandi railway stations following which the woman's husband was arrested, he said.

The 31-year-old accused and the victim, both labourers and residents of Mankhurd area, got married two months back.

On Monday, they were travelling in a local train along with the victim's seven-year-old daughter from her previous marriage, the Government Railway Police (GRP) official said.

As the woman leaned out of the moving train, her husband held her at the doorway, and then allegedly released her from his grip, following which she fell on the tracks, the official said.

Later, when the train stopped at Govandi station, a woman commuter in the coach, who had been watching the couple, got down and alerted the railway police about the incident.

The police caught the man at the station and then took him to the incident spot, where they found his wife lying injured and unconscious, the official said.

The victim was rushed to a hospital where doctors declared her dead before admission, he said.

The man was arrested and an FIR was registered against him under relevant sections.

The police are trying to verify if the accused was under the influence of sedatives at the time of the incident, the official said.

The woman's daughter was handed over to her relatives, he added.

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January 5,2021

Thiruvananthapuram, Jan 5: A 35-year-old woman in Kadakkavoor in Kerala's Thiruvananthapuram district was arrested under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act for allegedly raping her 14-year-old son, police said on Monday. This is the first such incident seen in the state.

The father had complained to the police that the boy's mother had been exploiting their son for quite some time.

A Kadakkavoor police station officer said that they had received a petition from the father and forwarded it to the Child Welfare Commission. They found that the woman has exploited her son and police then took the case and arrested her.

She was produced before a court which sent her to judicial custody and is now at the woman's prison, Thiruvananathapuram.

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