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Haryana: Missing Minor girl gang-raped, killed; mutilated body found in Jind

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New Delhi, Jan 15: A minor girl missing since last week, was found dead near a canal in Haryana’s Jind district on January 12.  According to a medical examination, she was raped by several individuals. 

As per the news reports, the victim is said to a be a Dalit, was gang-raped before her body was brutalised by the culprits.

Amid horror at the brutality of the crime, Haryana Chief Minister ML Khattar two culprits have been arrested in connection with Panipat gang-rape case and one person has been identified in Kurukshetra rape case.

The Class 10 student had been missing from Kurukshetra city since January 9.

“The body had many injury marks, private parts were mutilated and there were lot of internal injuries. Signs of sexual assault are visible & looks like 3-4 people were responsible, a hard & blunt thing was inserted inside her, signs of drowning also found, said Dr SK Dattarwal”, PGI Rohtak

Victims’ father had registered a police complaint on January 10 about her disappearance.

My daughter was kidnapped and raped, culprits should be punished, we want justice for her. If administration had done its job well, an incident like this would have never happened, said Girl’s Father.

The brutal assault has been compared to the Delhi gang-rape.

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Sensing MP bypolls’ defeat, BJP indulging in horse-trading: Cong

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A day after one of its MLAs in Madhya Pradesh resigned from the Assembly to join the BJP, the Congress on Monday cried foul and alleged that the BJP was “indulging in horse-trading” after sensing its impending defeat in the November 3 bypolls.

“The BJP knows that they are going to lose the bypolls; so again, doing the same thing to remain in power in Madhya Pradesh. Congress chief Sonia Gandhi has already said that they are making the democracy hallow and this is the latest example,” Congress spokesperson Gourav Vallabh told a press conference here.

Congress MLA Rahul Lodhi from Damoh on Sunday resigned from the Assembly and joined the BJP in the presence of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan in Bhopal.

Earlier this year, 22 Congress MLAs had resigned from the Assembly and joined the BJP under the leadership of Jyotiraditya Scindia, which led to the collapse of the then Kamal Nath-led Congress government.

Three more Congress MLAs later resigned from the Assembly. Now, the latest blow to the Congress has come with the resignation of Rahul Lodhi.

The 28 Assembly segments in Madhya Pradesh will see by-elections on November 3.

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SC stays HC order to parties to go virtual for MP bypolls

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The Supreme Court on Monday stayed a Madhya Pradesh High Court order to political parties to campaign virtually for the November 3 Assembly bypolls in the state, but pulled up the parties for creating a situation that compelled the HC to act.

The top court stayed the High Court order, but noted that the situation would not have arisen if health protocols were followed in the backdrop of COVID-19 pandemic.

Staying the High Court order, the bench also asked the Election Commission of India to take an appropriate decision in connection with political rallies as per the law in the backdrop of COVID-19 guidelines.

The bench noted that the High Court would not have interfered if the political parties had done their job better. “Take charge, ensure you discharge your duties in a manner that are in the best interest of everyone,” noted the bench.

The top court’s order came during the hearing on pleas by the Election Commission and Madhya Pradesh Energy Minister Pradyuman Singh Tomar against the High Court order of October 20.

The bench asked Senior Advocate Mukul Rohatgi, appearing for Tomar, to make a representation to the Election Commission for the loss of time in electioneering due to the High Court order.

The poll panel, represented by Senior advocate Rakesh Dwivedi, assailed the High Court order and citing Article 329 of the Constitution said that the conduct and management of elections was overseen by it and there was an express bar on judicial interference in the middle of the electoral process.

Tomar, a BJP candidate for Gwalior Assembly seat bypoll in Madhya Pradesh, pleaded that the High Court committed an error as it overlooked that the Election Commission under Article 324 had issued COVID-19 guidelines in September-end to permit physical public gatherings albeit with restrictions.

The bypolls to 28 Assembly seats in the state are slated for November 3. The plea said that as per the guidelines and the state government SOPs, political gatherings of over 100 people with safety measures could be allowed.

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SC terms ex-HC judge attempting to enter ex-SC judge’s house forcibly as unfortunate

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he Supreme Court on Monday termed an incident as unfortunate, in which a former judge of High Court forcefully attempted to enter the residence of retired top court judge Justice R. Banumathi, who retired in July this year, in Chennai.

A bench headed by Justice A. M. Khanwilkar noted that whatever has happened is “unfortunate”.

The bench told the senior advocate C. A. Sundaram, appearing for Delhi Tamil Advocates Association, that his client should take all appropriate actions, including filing representation and complaint.

The lawyers’ body consisting a group of lawyers had filed a plea complaining against the conduct of C.S. Karnan, former judge of Madras High Court who had to serve six months in a Kolkata prison after he was held guilty of criminal contempt by the Supreme Court.

He retired while incarcerated in 2017.

During the hearing, Sundaram brought court’s attention on the abusive videos put up on YouTube and other social media platforms by Karnan, where he is reportedly seen bad mouthing judges and their family members.

Sundaram vehemently argued that there are newspaper reports, which cite that he tried to force his way into the house of Justice Banumathi.

After a detailed hearing in the matter, the bench said the petitioner should approach the authorities concerned to remove the videos, as the issue may not fall in its domain.

Sundaram contended before the bench that he is of the opinion that Karnan needs medical help.

The petitioner counsel sought to amend the petition, as it would be reasonable to bring on record a particular provision in the Information and Technology Act, which may be useful in the matter.

The bench asked Sundaram to explore remedies available under the law and adjourned the matter.

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