What audacity! Woman stripped in public in Patna, probe ordered
shameful and sick, is this what men are about, what is this,why was the tv crew standing an watching all of this, people just stood and watched the fun, these journalist are showing that clip over and over again...what do they think is happening those men should be hanged,what audacity the have yo do such an act,only cause they know they can get away with anything ???? day after day, new cases , new incidents of such hideous acts surface up, nothing happens, the media gets publicity , reporters get a new to write on, and then all is silent again, till another woman becomes a prey.
Woman stripped in public in Patna, probe ordered
PATNA: Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar has ordered state police chief DN Gautam to inquire into the alleged assault and stripping of a woman by
a group of men in Patna after the opposition and women's rights activists created an uproar over the incident. ( Watch )
Officials said the chief minister ordered Gautam to undertake the probe on Thursday night although the police headquarters had already asked Inspector General (Patna zone) Sunil Kumar to look into the incident.
A group of men had allegedly abused, assaulted and then stripped a woman in her 20s in full public view at a busy road in the state capital on Thursday evening.
A police team was reportedly present at the site and watched the attack on the woman for nearly an hour before taking the culprits to the police station.
Additional Director General of Police (Headquarters) Neelmani said Assistant Sub-inspector Shiv Nath Singh, who was in charge of patrolling the area, has been suspended for not helping the woman in time.
The woman was identified as resident of Jesidih, a town in the neighbouring state Jharkhand. Rakesh Kumar, a resident of Punaichak here, had lured her to Patna with a promise of providing a job to her.
Soon after she came here, Rakesh forced her to have sex with his friends. She ran away from the hotel where she had been staying with him for the last few days. However, Rakesh and his friends caught up with her and attacked her.
Police have arrested Rakesh, who is said to be involved in the flesh trade.
"Police have lodged a case against Rakesh and others on the basis of the statement of the woman," an official said.
The state women's commission has asked Patna Senior Superintendent of Police R. Mallar Vizhi to submit a report on the incident.
Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Lalu Prasad condemned the incident and said that it shows that no government existed in the state.
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