A shocking incident has come to light in Malappuram where a government lower primary (LP) school teacher has been arrested for the third time for sexually abusing his students.
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When the petition came up before Justice V Parthiban, the counsel for the special DGP said he has not been paid the subsistence allowance since his suspension in March this year.
The 17-year-old victim from Vengamedu, who was studying at a private school in Karur, lost her father around two years ago and was said to be under depression.
In a release on Wednesday, the police warned of legal actions against individuals, media houses that publish sensitive information that reveals the identity, address or family details of victims.
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The girl's body was sent to a government hospital for postmortem and the parents and relatives refused to accept the body as they demanded the arrest of the school head.
The victim allegedly left behind a note mentioning two more names, apart from the teacher, as having sexually assaulted her.
The woman officer alleged that she was harassed by the then special DGP, (under suspension), during bandobust duty for a CM meeting on February 22 this year.
The female worker submitted a complaint at Hussainganj Police Station following which an FIR was lodged against Yadav under various sections of the IPC on October 29.
She had initially filed a complaint with the collector when the gazetted officer allegedly screamed at her and tried to throw a file at her for a clerical mistake by another officer.
The PhD scholar said she decided to withdraw her protest after her demands were accepted by the varsity authorities.
On Monday, charges were framed against the first and second accused in the case -- the special DGP and the SP (both under suspension).
In a lengthy social media post that disappeared quickly, Peng Shuai wrote that Zhang Gaoli, a former vice premier had forced her to have sex despite repeated refusals, three years ago.
The research scholar, who had launched the hunger strike in front of the university on October 29, told reporters the sexual harassment happened in 2014.
The crime branch will record the statements of the doctors in the gynaecology department to identify the doctors who were allegedly involved in the incident.