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मंगलवार, 17 दिसंबर 2019

Kuldeep Sengar convicted by the court for raping a minor

Kuldeep Sengar convicted by the court for raping a minor

The Court said - the statement of victim against the powerful person is true and impeccable
The court said that instead of going to the victim's house, the CBI called her to office.

Lucknow UP
SP Tiwari
In the Unnao case of Uttar Pradesh, the Delhi court on Monday convicted BJP's evicted  MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar (53) of raping and abducting a minor girl. The court said that the statement of the victim against a powerful person is true and flawless.The court will debate the sentence on Wednesday and the sentence can be decided on this day. The victim appealed for life imprisonment in the court. District Judge Dharmesh Sharma acquitted co-accused Shashi Singh in the case from all charges.
Sengar and his accomplices abducted the girl in 2017 and gang-raped her. In July this year, the victim's car collided with the truck. In which the victim's aunts were killed in the accident. The victim girl and her lawyer have since been admitted to Delhi AIIMS.Senger is currently lodged in Tihad Jail.

The court reprimanded the CBI, saying - the agency itself did not follow the procedure.
Judge Dharmesh Sharma said- the statement of the victim that she was sexually abused, I find it true and flawless. She was bullied and she was upset. She is a village girl, not a cosmopolitan educated. Senger was a powerful man. In such a case the victim took his time.The judge said, "When the victim's family wrote a letter to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, some criminal cases were filed against his family. Sengar's influence was visible in them."

The court expressed  surprise at the delay in filing of the chargesheet by the CBI in the rape case. The court said that this delayed the trial against Senger and others. The court said that the investigation done  in absence of women officer and charges were framed. they was not even concerned about the torture of the victim.According to the law, in such a case it is necessary to have a female officer while recording the statement of the victim, but it is surprising that instead of going to her house, the CBI called the victim several times in the CBI office.

The court expressed displeasure that the investigating agency sent out select information related to the victim's statement so that the victim's case could be covered. The POCSO Act has no flaws, but its ineffective implementation at the ground level and the lack of humanitarian attitudes in the authorities have made the situation where justice was delayed. The CBI did not follow the procedure related to investigation and prosecution.
Court reserved verdict against MLA Kuldeep Sengar
The case was transferred from Lucknow to Delhi Court on the directions of the Supreme Court. After this, there was a daily closed-door hearing from August 5. During this, 13 prosecution witnesses and 9 defense witnesses cross-examined. Special court was set up in AIIMS to record the victim's statement. The Tis Hazari Court reserved the judgment on 10 December.