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Saturday, 31 October 2020

4 days on, no headway in acid attack case

Tribune News Service
Panipat, October 30

The Panipat police have failed to make any headway in the acid attack case even after four days.

The woman was admitted to the PGIMS, Rohtak, as she sustained serious injuries in her right eye and on her face. The Women and Child Welfare Department has provided help to the victim.

Rajni Gupta, district women protection officer, visited the victim's home and also collected the detailed report of the acid attack and sent it to the Women and Child Welfare Department headquarters.

After the case came to the fore, a meeting of the

task force was held under the chairmanship of Panipat Deputy Commissioner Dharmender Singh.

After approval of the task force committee, the district protection officer on Thursday visited the PGIMS, Rohtak, to meet the victim and gave her a cheque of Rs 25,000 as immediate help.

Satish Vats, DSP, Headquarters, said we have detained some suspects and interrogated them, but no clue has been found so far.

Poonam, a 37-year-old woman of Rajiv Colony, was on her way home after work at a textile factory when she was attacked by two bike-borne youths.

The Quilla police had registered a case against two unidentified persons under Sections 326A and 34 IPC.

  • The incident was captured by CCTV cameras installed nearby in which the two masked men were seen waiting for the woman and as the woman came there, they threw acid on her and fled away.

from The Tribune

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