Rajasthan assault charges: Victims’ family guarantees offer to conceal case; two blamed minors confined


The relatives of the two minor sisters in the Baran area, Rajasthan who were supposedly assaulted a month ago have requested that announcements of the casualties under segment 164 of the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) be re-recorded. The family likewise blamed police for inaction and claimed that endeavors were being made to conceal the case.

The police have denied the claims. Two minors blamed for the situation were confined on Thursday, they said. Up until this point, courts have dismissed applications to re-record the announcements of the young ladies under area 164 CrPC.

“We feel the state government and police are attempting to conceal the case… My little girls were undermined before their announcement under area 164 CrPC that was recorded before the justice and that is the reason they couldn’t affirm effectively. We need that the announcement is re-recorded,” said the dad of the two young ladies on Friday.

The episode relates to an FIR documented on September 19 under areas 363 (abducting) and 34 (acts done by a few people in the encouragement of regular aim) of the IPC following a protest by the dad of the two young ladies who had disappeared. The two young ladies were situated by the police in Kota and gave over the family after September 24.

“Police ought to have added assault charges in light of the fact that in their announcement under segment 161 CrPC just as the announcement before the CWC, both the young ladies had affirmed assault and clinical reports additionally uphold this… We will document an application under the steady gaze of the High Court, mentioning their announcement be re-recorded… ” said the promoter for the people in question.

“Claims of police inaction are unjustifiable. The court has twice dismissed our application to re-record the announcement under area 164 CrPC… the two minors denounced were kept yesterday (Thursday) under segments 354 of IPC and important areas of the POCSO Act… up until now, the assault has not yet been affirmed. On the off chance that we discover any proof of assault, more charges will be added,” said Baran SP Dr. Ravi.