Kanachak Molestation Case: JK cops sent to Pathankote, find 3 FIRS lodged against her
Hospital admn seeks cops’ help to evict woman
JAMMU: The Medical Superintendent of Gandhi Nagar Hospital today wrote to the Gandhi Nagar Police Station requesting the cops to evict the woman, who had accused Station House Officer (SHO) Kanachack of assaulting her in lock up, from hospital premises as she had been discharged three days ago.
The hospital administration had issued a discharge certificate to the woman on the report of gynaecologist Meeta Turki which said:“There is no injury to the external genitalia and no bleeding per vaginam”.
The hospital administration made the request to the police a day after Medical Superintendent filed a complaint against retired judge advocate V.K Attri for misbehaving, assault and use criminal force to deter public servant from discharge of duty following which the police lodged case FIR No. 91/2017 u/s 353, 451, 504, 506 RPC against him.
Meanwhile, advocates Arvind Bandral, Rajesh Choudhary, Sachin Verma, Naresh Choudhary and others staged a protest today condemning the registration of FIR against advocate Attri who supported the victim and demanded security for her. They appealed Health Minister Bali Bhagat to provide all medical aid to the woman and shift her to PGI Chandigarh taking note of her “serious” injuries.
In another development, four JK Police cops today visited Police Station Pathankote to gather information regarding the cases registered against the woman. The special team of four cops was constituted by the three-member Special Investigation Team (SIT) including Vinod Kumar SP, Sandeep Choudhary SP and Mohan Lal Kaith, SP.
Sources said that the police team got to know that three FIRs, including those of woman trafficking and NDPS Act, are registered against the woman in Pathankote. Moreover, the woman had solemnised three marriages there.
The woman was arrested by Kanachak Police on the complaint of one Parvez Malik who accused her of stealing jewellery from his house.
The police had claimed of recovering gold amounting to Rs 50,000 from her possession.