The complainant has claimed that she had strayed away from the rest of the group when Nishu caught her. However, he fled as she started screaming, and the matter was hushed up by the village panchayat, the woman has alleged.
The state, in its case, had argued that a vaginal swab, which had been sent for examination, indicated that there was a presence of human semen and therefore “inference” must be drawn that the rape had taken place.
Uttarakhand School Education Secretary Bhupinder Kaur Aulakh also wrote a letter to the Secretary of CBSE in Delhi mentioning that the state government “recommends” that the affiliation given to the school by the CBSE be cancelled.
New Delhi/Mumbai, Jan 11 (ANI): The women activists on Monday condemned the alleged gang-rape of a married woman by an army man and his accomplice in Pataudi, Gurgaon, and demanded speedy justice in such cases. Former National Commission for Women (NCW) member Shamina Shafiq said gang rapes have become very common these days, adding there is no justice for the rape survivors. Senior advocate and women’s rights activist Abha Singh echoed similar statements and said it seems there is no fear of law as there has been an increase in the number of rape cases.