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Dholpur Gangrape Case: Women’s Commission Sends Facts-Finding Group To Investigate

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Dholpur Gangrape: The National Commission for Women (NCW) sent a fact-finding team to Dholpur, Rajasthan, on Tuesday (March 22), where a 26-year-old woman was allegedly gangraped in front of her children and husband.

According to the press note, the Commission’s three-person team will visit with the survivor and her family, as well as the concerned SHO, SP, and investigating officer, to learn more about the inquiry.

On March 19, the Commission became aware of the reported crime. Rekha Sharma, the chairperson, has written to the Director General of Police in Rajasthan, requesting that a FIR be filed against the unknown accused persons and that they be arrested as soon as possible. In its letter, the commission also requested the finest medical treatment for the survivor as well as security for the survivor and her family.

The Commission has also received an interim action report from the Rajasthan police, which states that a FIR has been filed under relevant sections, but the accused are yet to be apprehended.

Rajasthan Dholpur Gangrape Case:

According to the reports, a 26-year-old Dalit woman was recently gangraped in front of her children in Rajasthan’s Dholpur district. The woman said in her complaint that she was returning home from an agricultural field with her husband and children earlier this week. The family was halted by six men who thrashed them. The accused left after reportedly hitting the complainant’s spouse in the head with the butt of a revolver. The accused then sexually attacked the woman in front of her children, despite the fact that the woman had previously accused the same individuals of molesting her.

Reportedly, a FIR was filed at the Kanchanpur police station in Dholpur district’s Bari tehsil. The accused were charged under the Indian Penal Code and the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act.

The NCW has also asked for a time limit on the investigation and security for the survivor. According to the commission, every action taken must be reported to the commission within seven days.


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