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'Your job is to clean gutters, who gave you the right to organize protests?': Dalit activist Nodeep Kaur alleges custodial torture
Dalit labour rights activist Nodeep Kaur claimed that she was physically tortured and the cops used casteist slurs to intimidate her.
Kumar, president of Majdoor Adhikar Sanghathan, was held a few days after the arrest of labour rights activist Kaur.
Kaur was on Friday granted bail by the Punjab and Haryana High Court around six weeks after her arrest in a criminal case filed under several charges, including attempt to murder.
Nodeep Kaur had claimed that she was falsely arraigned as accused in an FIR lodged under various sections, including 307, of the IPC.
The court of Justice Avneesh Jhingan also directed the state of Haryana to place on record the subsequent medical report of Naudeep Kaur.
The 23-year-old activist, hailing from Punjab's Muktsar district, has also claimed that her medical examination was not conducted in violation of section 54 CPC.
Kaur is lodged in a Karnal jail after she was arrested for allegedly gheraoing an industrial unit and demanding money from the company in Haryana's Sonipat on January 12.
A case was registered against her on December 28 at the Kundli police station on charges of extortion.
Nodeep Kaur, lodged at Karnal jail in Haryana, is facing three cases that include charges of attempt to murder and extortion.
Nodeep Kaur, a member of the Mazdoor Adhikar Sangathan, is facing three cases, including charges of attempt to murder and extortion.