Karnataka HC declines to interfere with registration of FIRs against teacher for sexual assault on students
Justice M Nagaprasanna made this observation while dismissing the petitions filed by KT Prabhunaika, challenging 13 FIRs registered against him under the provisions of IPC and Pocso Act.
Their neighbour, an employee at the showroom, reportedly took the woman, who went to his house, to Old Gajuwaka. He along with two others allegedly forced themselves on her.
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A 45-year-old teacher of a government school was arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting girl students for more than four months.
Nagaraju from Gurrajupalem village, had forcibly entered the survivor’s residence and raped her on two occasions on August 25 and 27 of 2017. He even threatened to kill her and her kids.
However, the order was not available to the prosecution till evening. Additional public prosecutor K B Sunil Kumar said the prosecution would approach the High Court challenging the order.
A video of Sivakozhundhu arguing with the duty doctor had gone viral on social media. Officials from the hospital were not available for comments.
Says legality of order has to be decided by a Division Bench, directs registry to place matter before Chief Justice
Sources said the duo which attacked the group advised the revenue inspector not to issue Sri Lankan Refugee Identity Cards for them.
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The boy, a Class VII student, was allegedly assaulted with iron rod by neighbour Man Pyare Prajapati, over tearing of the panchayat poll poster pasted on latter’s door.
The man, who was a farmer, along with his two sons had gone out to buy medicines when four family members of the rape accused, Surajpal, stopped them.
Chatrinaka police registered a POCSO case against the accused following a complaint by the survivor’s parents.
Akshaya, who was roughed up by a Marady resident, gave a statement under Section 164 of CrPC before the Muvattupuzha Judicial First Class Magistrate on Thursday.
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