Judge Rescues Illegally Detained Woman From Bengal Police Station

Judge Rescues
Judge Rescues

A lady Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate of Nadia District in West Bengal on Wednesday without any assistance saved a 22 year old lady from a Bengal Police Station, where she had been illicitly confined for five days. ACJM Ms. Sanghamitra Poddar was listening to a protest recorded by the young lady’s dad, Mr. Godinda Biswas, who had asserted that the cops had gotten his little girl on the morning of December 23, and were wrongfully holding her at the police headquarters for five days without a charge.

He additionally conveyed to the notice of the Court that the young lady’s nearness was not recorded, and that she was not created under the watchful eye of a Court. “In the course of recent days, I frequently went to the police headquarters to know the blame of my girl, yet found no solution. Some policemen requested cash for her discharge.

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Finding no other choice, I presented a request of under the watchful eye of the court,” Mr. Biswas was cited as saying. Ms. Poddar then burst into Hanskhali Police Station close to the Bangladesh outskirt, conveyed her to her court, and sent her to the guardianship of an administration home. Police Sources were cited as saying that on achieving the Station, OC Anindya Bose neglected to clarify the explanation for the detainment. The ACJM then inspected the general journal and the FIR enlist at the police headquarters however found no section on the lady.

The police faculty had clearly followed up on a tip-off about the “suspicious developments of a Hindi-talking young lady who had taken asylum in Biswas’ home”. Hanskhali OC Bose supposedly said, “We had data about the young lady. So we conveyed her to the police headquarters for cross examination. Be that as it may, neither she nor the individual with whom she had been staying could palatably demonstrate her character.

The young lady could just let us know her name yet couldn’t give her surname. She let us know she remained in the Saket range of Delhi.” “She likewise let us know that Govinda was not her dad. There was no objection against her. In any case, a few irregularities in her announcement amid the cross examination constrained us to look for more data on her from Delhi police. We were really sitting tight for that report and chose to keep her at the police headquarters for her security.”

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