Teenage Girl Molested by a Mob of 20 Men in Full Public View!

Guwahati, Assam, July 13, 2012

A 17 year old girl was stripped and mob molested by a group of about 20 men, in full view of the public.  The girl was attending a friend’s party at a pub, when one of the men passed a lewd remark at her.  She retorted, and the pub owner threw them both out.  After that, as the man followed and grabbed at her, a crowd of men collected and joined in the gang attack.  There was a T.V. crew nearby that actually filmed the incident without intervening!!! The television station has been criticized for being mute witnesses to the crime.

The Managing Editor in response said, “There were lots of people shooting the incident on mobile phones…. The police was informed the moment this incident happened. There were two camerapersons and two people cannot take on a mob…Had we stopped rolling the camera, these molesters would not have been arrested. What we did was in public interest…”  Full report here

The faces of the accused men from this film has been made into a poster which has been put up all over the city.   The poster is included below here in this blog.

If anyone has any information regarding the men identified in this case (photos below) or you want report anything else regarding the incident, you may call 0120-4341895 (India

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An Entire Family Murdered For Not Paying Dowry

Hyderabad, February 24, 2012

Jahangir, an autorickshaw mechanic, married Neha but after he began harassing her for dowry, she moved out and began living with her parents.  Sometime later, on May 30, 2010, Neha and four other members of her family — her father, mother, and two brothers were found murdered in their home.  The police then arrested Jahangir and his 8 of his relatives, including four women, on June 4, 2010 on the charges of criminally conspiracy and murdering Neha’s family.  

However, with the police failing to submit proper evidence to the court, the court acquitted the nine accused.

Reacting to the acquittal, city police commissioner AK Khan said they would go in for an appeal.

When pointed out that the police failed to provide proper evidence, he simply said action would be taken against the investigating officers if it was found that they had failed to conduct a proper inquiryReport here

 

Three Brothers Convicted of Murdering For Dowry

Bhubaneshwar, Orissa, 25 February, 2012

Chaitanya had married Jhunu Behera of Puri in July 2002.  Soon after, the husband and in-laws began harassing her for more dowry money.  On March 07, 2009, five people ganged up together — her husband, his two brothers and two sisters-in-law and together killed Chaitanya by setting her on fire.  She died at SCB Medical College two weeks later. Police had recorded her dying declaration based on which the husband, his two brothers and as many sisters-in-law were charged under Sections 302 and 498-A of IPC and 4 of DP Act under a fast-track court.  While four of the family members were convicted,  one of the sisters-in-law, was acquitted by the court. Full report here

Four Get Life-Imprisonment For Dowry Murder

Manipuri, Uttar Pradesh, January 19, 2012

The additional District and Session’s Judge Sunil Kumar, handed life imprisonment to Sunita Kumar’s husband, mother, sister and brother, holding them guilty of murdering Sunita eight years ago in a dowry related case. The court also imposed a fine of Rs 25,000 on each of the convicts. The report here.

5 Relatives of The Groom Booked For Dowry Harassment

Haridwar, 14 December 2011

Neelam was married to Sonepat resident Sanjay about three years ago.  Sanjay’s parents were not satisfied with the dowry Neelam’s parents gave them and demanded more cash from her parents. They  started harassing her for dowry and torturing her mentally and physically soon after the marriage.  Then they threw her out of their house about a year ago, after which she was staying at her parents’ place in Kankhal. About a fortnight ago, her in-laws came to Neelam’s parental house and allegedly assaulted her.  Based on Neelam’s complaint, the Kankhal police have booked five persons including her husband, parents and their relatives, on charges of harassment for dowry. Report here.

A School Teacher and Law Graduate Murders For Dowry

New Delhi, November 24, 2011

Rekha Rani’s husband, along with his sisters and mother, had tortured her mentally and physically and called her names, beat her up and often threw her out of the house as they demanded dowry from Rekha’s parents.  They even threatened to kill her. On May 9, 2011, Sanjeev, the husband, called up Rekha’s mother to say that her daughter was not keeping well and wanted to meet her.  When Rekha’s mother reached her daughter’s matrimonial home along with her husband, she found the house locked from outside and was informed by neighbours that her daughter has been taken to hospital as she had supposedly hanged herself.  Rekha had been declared “brought dead” at the hospital. She has left behind a two-year-old son.  After knowing of her daughter’s death at the hospital, Rekha’s parents told the police that her daughter was being harassed and tortured by her in-laws for bringing insufficient dowry. One of Rekha Rani’s torturers who has now been denied bail was her sister-in-law Seema Singhal, a school teacher and a law graduate. The report here.

Bride Beaten To Death For Motorcycle

Banka District, Bihar, December 03, 2011

A court in Bihar’s Banka district today sentenced the husband and father-in-law to life imprisonment and imposed a fine of Rs 10,000 each in the dowry death case of  Sunita Devi last year.  The duo beat Sunita to death after she failed to provide them with the motorcycle they demanded. Read the full report here.

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