Kokrajhar Gang Rape: ASCPCR Require Strict Action

Kokrajhar Gang Rape: ASCPCR Require Strict Action

KOKRAJHAR: Assam State Child Rights Protection Commission (ASCPCR) pays serious attention to repeated cases of rape against minor girls, arrested by Cochrajar police, and necessary measures against defendants involved in crimes Requested to take.

In the communiqué, police Kokrajhar to take the necessary steps to arrest defendant Amir Hamja (24), the son of Solimuddin Ali in Sarakati Bazaar Majipara, by Dr. Sunita Changkakati, chairman of the Assam State Children’s Rights Commission. I wrote a letter to the director. Under the Salakati police post in Kokrajhar, he was allegedly involved in the rape and created an unpleasant photo of a victim infected with the virus on May 8.

The letter called on the SP to take the necessary steps to prosecute him in the relevant section of POCSO Law 2012 with the IPC to immediately arrest the accused and receive strict punishment in accordance with the provisions of the law. ..

Meanwhile, a team from the Assam Convention on the Rights of the Child’s Rights visited Kokrajar on Thursday to capture the situation following a series of rape cases of underage girls in Kokrajar.

The team was led by Ajay Kumar Dutta, ASCPCR members, technical consultant Mridushmita Dutta, legal consultant Divya jyoti Sharma, and accompanied by Chairs Malati Narzary, Salakati MCLA Darhasat Basumatary, former Assam State Women Commission Kabita Basumatary and DCPU members. The team visited the homes of children victims of cybercrime and mass rape that occurred on May 8 and 23, respectively, in the Sarakati region.

The committee team also visited the relevant police officers at the Sarakati Outpost to investigate the case and instruct the investigators to expedite the investigation process and prevent the accused from escaping and suffering severe punishment. The Commission visited Dormala High School and Sarakati High School and instructed their principals to encourage students who have been absent for more than 30 days to visit their homes. Committee members also recommended holding an awareness meeting as soon as possible on issues of children’s rights at the high school level.