At the seminar, experts from the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) and Panjab University (PU) expressed their views about the problems being faced by the victims and the problems in implementing the Act.
A police officer said, “The woman said she had gone to pick up her grandson from playschool. When she returned home, she got a headache. Around the same time, her daughter-in-law noticed that her braid had been chopped off.”
Last year, Chauhan had filed a complaint with Kotwali police station alleging that on the basis of fake documents, 41 SUVs were registered from ARTO office, Sambhal. “I came to know about the racket while checking the records,” she said.