Wednesday, 23 July 2014

Banglore car Rape: Inspector booked, Muslim family of the accused Protests

Previously: Bangalore: BSP leader's son abducts, rapes 22-year-old woman in moving car

The police have registered a criminal case against the Pulikeshinagar police inspector, who has been absconding after he was suspended on charges of dereliction of duty in connection with the gang rape of a 22-year-old in a moving car. Meanwhile, the police have also detained two more suspects in the case, Atheek and Imtiyaz, and are questioning them. Atheek and Imtiyaz are friend of the rape accused Naseer Hyder.

Mohammed Rafiq, the suspended inspector, has been booked under section 166A of the Indian Penal Code. Under the section, the inspector could be arrested, but he can seek a bail. DCP (East division) Satish Kumar, said, "The inspector was out of reach after he was suspended on Tuesday. We have registered a case and action will be taken against Rafiq. We do not know if he is aware that a case registered against him, but we will find him soon."

Meanwhile, based on the information provided by Nasser Hyder, one of the accused, the police have detained two more youth. The suspects however, are giving different versions of the tale, and the police are yet to come to a conclusion about their role in the case.

They say they are being targeted because of their religion, what a joke they are the quickest to take out the victim card. 


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