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.
Swati Maliwal had filed an application apprising the court about her arrival in India on July 7 when the matter was listed for hearing. The court had in May allowed Maliwal to travel to USA from June 1-30 as she was invited by the US Department of State for a programme.
The Anti-Corruption Branch today sought time from a special court to conclude its probe in a case involving Delhi Commission for Women chief Swati Maliwal regarding alleged irregularities in the recruitment process in the panel.
She claimed she has credible lead that the racket was running under the patronage of a Union minister and an “important Delhi-based leader of a national party” under whose patronage this prostitution has been running.”
In other news DCW chief visited house of 80-year-old woman who was allegedly abused by her daughter, Pinarayi Vijayan to swear-in as Kerala Chief Minister, etc.
At 1.20 am on Sunday she tweeted, “Conductd surprise inspection at Night Shelter near Bangla Sahib.
“We stayed the entire night in a night shelter. The girls are living in precarious conditions, their safety is at huge risk,” Maliwal told reporters.
Maliwal wrote to Swaraj after she sought a report from the Lieutenant Governor on the alleged molestation of a Belgian national by an Ola cab driver on May 7 near C R Park.
DCW chairperson Swati Maliwal wrote to Bassi after receiving a reply to the summons from deputy commissioner of police Dr Ajit Kumar Singla.
Maliwal shot off letters to President Pranab Mukherjee, Chief Justice of India TS Thakur and the Principal Magistrate of Juvenile Justice Board (JJB) Murari Prasad Singh.
In a letter to Sisodia, DCW chairperson Swati Maliwal recommended that “these victims be given admission under the Economically Weaker Section (EWS) Quota in the Nursery admissions of 2016-17”.
She, however, appreciated that once her call was answered, she received four to five follow-up calls
‘Hundreds of cases including child rapes and gangrapes have been pending… and await a report from FSL’.