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Middle age woman raped by man inside hospital on pretext of helping

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Mumbai: In a shocking incident, a 37-year-old woman was allegedly raped at a civic-run hospital here by a man on the pretext of helping her fill a fee concession form, a police official said on Tuesday.

The accused, Deepak Annappa Kunchukurve, 31, a resident of Dharavi area here, has been arrested, he said.

 

Woman, raped, CCTV footage, Fee concession, Mumbai, Maharashtra, Regional news, Crime news

 

The alleged incident took place last Friday on the fifth floor of the Sion Hospital building, he said.

While the victim, a housewife, was taking care of her sister hospitalised at the facility, the accused, who had come there for some work, struck a conversation with her and asked her to fill the form for seeking concession in medical bills, he said.

 

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When the victim told him that she was unaware of any such form, the accused took her to the building’s fifth floor on the pretext of showing her the counter concerned.

He allegedly raped her at an isolated staircase there and then fled, Sion police station’s inspector Sanjay Popalghat said.

 

Woman, raped, CCTV footage, Fee concession, Mumbai, Maharashtra, Regional news, Crime news

 

Based on the victim’s complaint, the police filed an FIR and after checking the CCTV footage of the hospital, they nabbed the accused on Saturday, he said.

The accused was booked under Indian Penal Code Section 376 (rape), he said, adding that a probe was underway.

 

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Committee formed for SIT investigation on Kanpur scandal : Yogi government

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The Yogi government has constituted a committee to investigate the SIT on the Kanpur scandal.

Local police officers employees in Kanpur said that the entire Kanpur scandal would now be investigated.

Senior IAS officer Sanjay Bhusreddy from the governance level of the SIT committee will preside. Also, senior IPS officer Hariram Sharma, and Deputy Inspector General G Ravindra Gaur have been made members of this committee.

The committee has to submit its investigation report to the government by 31 July.

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