An FIR under the POCSO Act and various sections of the IPC was lodged following a complaint by two minor girls who were rescued by police after they escaped from the shelter home
Vellikkulangara police on Saturday arrested TikTok personality Ambili aka Vignesh Krishna, 19, for allegedly raping and impregnating a minor girl.
In a tweet, MyGovIndia said 641 fast track special courts already operational include 341 exclusive Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act courts.
The local police reached the spot and shifted the body to Osmania General Hospital for postmortem.
According to sources, the complainant, a 21-year-old girl studying third year in an Arts college, complained that she was molested by the teacher three years ago.
On Saturday, special judge TH Mohammed Farooq, refused to provide any relief dismissed the bail application.
According to the prosecution, several students of Class XI and XII and alumni alleged that the teacher sexually misbehaved with them
The accused, also a GST dept staff, took sleeping pills and is currently under treatment
Interestingly, the authorities have not filed a case under the Child Labour Act, even though the minor was working as a maid at the leader’s house.
It was in December 2020 that the new SIT led by DySP T K Rathnakumar collected blood-stained tile from the teachers’ wash room for forensic examination.
The management of PSBB School on Monday noon suspended G Rajagopalan, a class 12 Commerce and Accountancy teacher from the KK Nagar Branch.
High Court notes that the requirement of Section 35 is for the benefit of the child victim and not for the accused
Hence, it directed to post the case immediately after the reopening of the court after the summer vacation.
The arrests came after the playback singer lodged a complaint. Apart from the priest Henri, those arrested included the singer's sister, the latter's husband and the husband's brother.
The public prosecutor (Pocso cases) said Madhani was sentenced to 20 years of RI under Section 6 of the Pocso Act and another 10 years of RI under Section 377 of the IPC. Both would run concurrently.