The Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) has taken suo moto cognizance in the 2012 Chhawla Case. After taking suo motu cognizance of the heinous incident, the Women’s Commission wrote a letter to the Delhi DCP HQ. The commission has sought information regarding security to the family of the deceased in the 2012 Chhawla rape case, details of other steps taken to ensure their safety and action taken report. The case is of a girl from Uttarakhand.
Uttarakhand CM talks to Law Minister Rijiju
After the SC’s decision, Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami had said that he had spoken to Law Minister Kiren Rijiju. CM Dhami said that he has spoken to Advocate Charu Khanna on the decision of the Supreme Court. She is looking into this case. The victim is the daughter of India and the government will do everything to get justice for her.
What the Delhi Commission for Women said
Let us inform that in the decade-old 2012 Chhawla rape case, the DCW has taken suo motu cognizance for the welfare of the family of the 19-year-old deceased. The Delhi Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) has written a letter to the headquarters. The Women’s Commission has sought information regarding the security of the family of the deceased. The DCW has asked what initiatives have been taken to ensure the safety of the victim’s family members. The commission has sought details of other steps taken by the police and action taken report.
SC in 2012 Chhawla Case
It is worth noting that recently the Supreme Court has given the decision to acquit the convicts of the 2012 Chhawla rape case. The country’s highest court said that no matter how heinous the incident, the court’s decisions are based on evidence and not motivated by emotion. In the Supreme Court, CJI Justice UU Lalit, Justice S Ravindra Bhat and Justice Bela Trivedi have pronounced the acquittal of the accused. However, the victim’s father has spoken of continuing his struggle.
Is the Supreme Court’s decision shameful?
On Monday, November 7, the Supreme Court gave its verdict in this case of Delhi, infamous as the Chhawla gang-rape-murder case. The court waived the death sentence of the three convicts and acquitted them. The decision of the Delhi High Court to get rid of the death row convicts shocked the whole country. The activists have also raised questions about the Supreme Court’s decision. The decision of the top court is being described as shameful.
what is the whole matter
The case pertains to February 2012. The 19-year-old victim, a resident of Pauri, Uttarakhand, used to work in the Cyber City area of Gurugram, adjacent to Delhi. The girl, who was returning to her house in Chhawla area of Delhi after work, was abducted by the accused from near her house. The body of a girl who was kidnapped with the help of a car was recovered three days later in a very bad condition from a field in Haryana’s Rewari village.
The lower court and the High Court sentenced to death
This incident of 2012 was called a heinous incident in media reports. In 2015, three years after the incident, a trial court in Delhi had sentenced the three accused, Rahul, Ravi and Vinod, to death after finding them guilty of kidnapping, gang-raping and murdering the 19-year-old victim. Later, the High Court also refused to grant pardon from the hanging.
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2012 Chhawla case DCW takes suo moto cognizance writes to Delhi DCP HQ