Badaun gangrape: CM Yogi Adityanath vows stringent action against culprits; victim’s family gets Rs 10 lakh aid

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New Delhi: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday (January 6) took cognizance of the Badaun gangrape case and has directed to take strict action against the accused in the case. He also sought a report from the Additional Director General of Police, Bareilly zone and directed the UP Special Task Force to cooperate in the investigation of the case. 

The UP Chief Minister expressed the same in his social media post, and tweeted in Hindi, “The Badaun incident is extremely condemnable. Stringent legal action will be taken against the accused. @adgzonebareilly has been directed to submit a report regarding the incident and directed the UP-STF to assist in the probe. The culprits will not be spared at any cost.”

In the alleged gangrape and murder case of a 50-year-old woman in Badaun, the family of the victim will be given an assistance of Rs 10 lakh and also the benefit under the government scheme of Rani Laxmibai Yojana.

Two people have been arrested in the alleged gangrape and murder case. Sankalp Sharma, Senior Superintendent of Police, Badaun said that a reward of Rs 25,000 was also announced on the absconding accused. 

“An FIR was registered at Ughaiti police station under 376 (d) and 302 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). Three persons were named in the FIR. Two of them have been arrested. One accused is absconding and four teams have been constituted to nab him. A cash reward of Rs 25,000 has been announced on the accused. He will also be arrested soon. I have inspected the incident site as well,” Sharma told reporters in Badaun today.

Sharma also said the Ughaiti police station in-charge has been suspended for negligence of duty, adding “The station in-charge has been suspended for negligence after a probe ordered by me found him guilty. If any more police officials are found involved in dereliction of duties, action will be taken against them.” 

Badaun District Magistrate Prashant Kumar said the National Security Act (NSA) will be invoked against the accused, adding “We have suspended station in-charge with immediate effect for the negligence of duty. We have tried to give a message that any negligence related to law and order will not be forgiven. Two people have been arrested in the matter and a team has been constituted to look into the arrest of the absconding accused person.” 

The Badaun DM further said, “We believe that this incident is a fit case of NSA and we will take action against the accused under the NSA. The administration will also provide financial assistance to the deceased`s family. The case will be tried in fast track court.” 

Dr Yashpal Singh, Chief Medical Officer, Badaun said the woman suffered injuries on her private parts, which clearly indicates it is a rape case. “As per the post-mortem report, the woman got injuries on her private parts and she also got fractures. There were tears and she had a fracture on one of her legs,” he said, adding “There was excessive bleeding and the bleeding led to shock and that led to the patient`s death. Prima facie, it is rape as she got injuries on her private parts. Her viscera has been sent to the lab for testing.” 

The National Commission for Women (NCW) has taken cognizance of the alleged gangrape and murder case and written to state Director General of Police (DGP) Hitesh C Awasthy seeking his intervention in the case. 

The 50-year-old Anganwadi worker was allegedly gang-raped and murdered in the Ughaiti area of Badaun district on Sunday night. 





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