Cop Tries to Rape Woman in Uttarakhand’s Quarantine Centre


A shameful case of attempted rape by a policeman with a newly married woman in a quarantine center in Pulbhatta area of ​​Kichha assembly constituency of Udham Singh Nagar in Uttarakhand has come to light. Seeing the matter caught fire, the police constable has been dismissed on the spot.

A quarantine center has been built in Surajmal Institute in Pulbhatta area of ​​Kichha where migrants are being quarantined. A newly returned couple from Delhi has also been kept here. It is alleged that a policeman on duty reached the second floor near the alcohol addict and started taking the newlywed to the room below the floor. After opposing both the husband and wife, they said that there is a system for women to stay down. It will go down with me. But when the victim refused to leave, the policeman beat up and tried to tear her clothes

Frightened by this cruel act of the policeman, the woman ran away and closed the door of her room. When the family came to know about this, a complaint was filed with the administration.

At the same time, in front of this shameful incident, Kichha MLA Rajesh Shukla objected that the image of the police was tarnished by this incident. He assured the victim’s family to investigate the accused policeman and take strict action against him.

In this case, according to Deputy Superintendent of Police Surjit Singh, action is being taken to register a case against the accused policeman on the basis of Tahrir. Currently, he has been dismissed after this shameful act of a policeman.

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