Mumbai Police probing rape case against Kodiyeri Balakrishnan's son in Kerala

Agencies
June 19, 2019

Mumbai, Jun 19: A team of Mumbai Police on Wednesday arrived in Kannur to investigate the rape allegations against Binoy Kodiyeri, son of Kerala CPM Chief Kodiyeri Balakrishnan.

Yesterday, a 33-year-old woman filed a complaint against Binoy, alleging him of rape, criminal intimidation and cheating for over a decade on the pretext of marriage.

A case was registered against him at Oshiwara police station in Mumbai.

Binoy, however, denies the charges and called the accusations baseless and an attempt to set him up to extort money.

"The woman is trying to blackmail me and had asked for Rs 5 crore about six months ago" Binoy told reports in Kerala.

According to the complaint filed by the girl, she had met Binoy for the first time in 2008 in Dubai at a dance bar, where she used to work as a dancer.

"Binoy used to visit the dance bar regularly and our friendship later transformed into a love affair," the complaint stated.

The police said that Binoy, who runs a construction firm in Dubai, asked the woman to leave her job and move with him to Mumbai.

He also allegedly rented a house for her in Mumbai and promised to marry her, even as he was already married and had a family in Kerala.

The woman allegedly gave birth to his son in 2010.

The woman learnt about Binoy's marriage through Facebook in 2018 and confronted him, following which Binoy allegedly abused her for which she filed a complaint.

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January 13,2021

Gonda, Jan 13: A constable has alleged that she was raped by a colleague in Uttar Pradesh's Gonda district, officials said on Wednesday.

A case was registered in this regard on Tuesday night at the women police station, they said.

Superintendent of Police Shailesh Kumar Pandey said the policewoman accused the constable of raping her on January 10 on the pretext of showing her his room.

The woman alleged that he also threatened her of dire consequences if she resited.

Based on her complaint, a case was registered against the constable, the SP said.

Pandey said the woman constable has been sent for a medical examination.

Efforts are on to trace the absconding accused, police said.

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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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January 8,2021

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Chamarajanagara, Jan 8: Three persons were killed while 14 others injured when a tempo traveller over turned and fell into a roadside ditch near Suvarnavathi reservoir on national highway 209 on Friday.

Police said the deceased have been identified as Subrammaya (75), Amavarathi (65) and Kokila (40). While injured have been admitted to government hospital here. One of the serious has been admitted to K R Hospital in Mysuru.

Total 17 persons were going to Tirupur in Tamil Nadu from Mysuru city.

Chamarjanagara rural police visited the spot and a case has been registered in this connection.

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