“In a month’s time in the Sakinaka case,” Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray instructed police officials

A woman who was raped in Sakinaka area of ​​Mumbai has died while undergoing treatment. The inhumane act of inserting a rod into the genitals after a woman was raped was exposed. After the incident, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray had called an emergency meeting of senior police officials. “Within a month, charges should be filed against the accused, speedy justice should be shown to such monsters so that no one will dare to do so again. From tomorrow, special government prosecutors should be appointed in this case and a court case should be prepared, ”said Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray in a meeting of senior police officials. “Mumbai has such an image as a safe city and the police should be more vigilant about the safety of women to ensure that this one incident does not tarnish it,” he said.

The meeting was attended by Chief Secretary Sitaram Kunte, Additional Chief Secretary Home Department Manukumar Srivastava, Director General of Police Sanjay Pandey, Commissioner of Police Hemant Nagarale, Joint Commissioner of Police Vishwas Nangre Patil and Milind Bharamba.

Suggestions made by the Chief Minister

  • Considering the crowded places, the police should increase regular patrols in the area.
  • Patrols should be stepped up by setting up hotspots in cities where women could be attacked or their safety could be compromised.
  • Nirbhaya squads consisting of women officers should be set up in every police station and such hotspots should be visited by them from time to time day and night.
  • With the help of NGOs, homeless and lonely women on the streets should be shifted to safer places and even in such places, the police should keep a close watch.
  • Strict attention should be paid to suspected perpetrators of sexual assault on women with such background.
  • CCTV plays an important role in solving crimes, so the process of installing second phase cameras in other important places in the city should be started immediately.

File chargesheet within 1 month

The Chief Minister directed that all the forensic and electronic evidence of the incident as well as the evidence of the witnesses should be properly submitted to the court and there should be no shortage. He also directed that the chargesheet should be filed within a month and that work should start from tomorrow by appointing a special government prosecutor without waiting for the case to stand in court.

The case will be taken to court soon

The Chief Minister also said that it was the responsibility of all of us to bring the unfortunate woman victim to justice as the case would be taken to a speedy court and the accused would be severely punished. The Chief Minister said that Mumbai is known as one of the safest cities in the country. People have faith in the police and law and order. But we have to be more vigilant because of such incidents.

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