Swati Maliwal also said strict action should be taken against the management of the institute for wrongly claiming it to be a university.
On Thursday, Praveen, a social activist, was allegedly attacked by women of her colony, after she had accompanied the DCW team during a raid on an illegal liquor shop.
The victim said, “In our colony, liquor is sold in the open. No one raises their voice against it. When I did, they punished me. They said they will also go to Swati Maliwal’s house and parade her naked.”
“While the 18-year-old has been sent home, the 10-year-old was produced before the Child Welfare Committee in Haryana and sent to a shelter home,” DCW chairperson Swati Maliwal, said.
The court asked Delhi Police, represented through standing counsel Richa Kapoor, to file a status report in the matter and listed it for hearing on December 19.
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“GB Road has become a hub for human trafficking, especially of minor girls who are brought here and are subjected to rape, kept in extremely inhuman conditions and are exploited massively,” Maliwal said.
The girl said she was not paid anything all these years but her employer claimed he had been paying Rs 3,000 a month to a placement agency.
“The case (of Dera chief) may be reflective of a larger malaise and recommended that strict guidelines and laws be framed and implemented to check illegal activities (if any) in some religious institutions housing women across the country.”
DCW chief said the case (of Dera chief) may be “reflective of a larger malaise” and recommended that strict guidelines and laws be framed and implemented to check illegal activities (if any) in some religious institutions housing women across the country.
The ACB had said it was found during the probe that Swati Maliwal, in connivance with others, had allegedly abused her official position to employ associates or AAP workers beyond the authorised sanctioned strength of 26 posts, causing unauthorised benefits to them at the cost of public exchequer.
According to a DCW official, the commission has been informed that many of these women were beaten and kept hungry too. “These women were promised nursing jobs in Dubai by an agent who took them to Oman instead and recruited them as house maids,” the official said.
Maiwal said the DCW shall give detailed recommendations to the Delhi Government for improving infrastructure and setting up DNA units in hospitals by FSL to check the pendency of cases in the lab.
DCW chief Swati Maliwal is part of an expert committee on NRI marriages and disputes set up by the government. The government set up the panel after it had received several complaints about women being abandoned by their NRI husbands.
Hearing the case on July 7, Special Judge Hemani Malhotra rapped Maliwal for not informing the court about her arrival from the US.