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Father files ‘false rape charges’ of own minor daughter to extort 17 lakhs from headmaster

Father files ‘false rape charges’ of his own minor daughter to extort money

September 24, 2018

Charges filed under any section are serious, especially if a report is filed against someone for minor child rape or molestation. While the laws are being made more stringent to arrest and punish the real perpetrators of the crime, the misuse of the same cannot be overlooked as well.

58 year old headmaster from a school in Pataudi, Gurgaon, was arrested on Saturday afternoon under the charges of molesting a minor 12 year old student. The case was lodged against the headmaster by the victim girl’s father. He was sent to judicial custody by a court later in the day in the case lodged under Section 10 of POCSO Act at women’s police station in Manesar.

However, after lodging the case, the police learnt that the girl’s parents did not take her to record her statement in front of the magistrate. This got the men in uniform alerted with the loophole in the documentation of the case and immediately formed two teams one headed by ACP Shakuntala and the other by inspector Jai Prakash Yadav and caught six people including the girl’s father accepting a bribe of Rs. 17 Lakhs from the headmaster’s family.

“Both the families met in the office of a local zilla prashad in Jamalpur late on Saturday night. Our teams arrested the accused while accepting the money,” an officer said.

“Moreover, the girl also denied all the allegations against the headmaster. An FIR has now been registered against all the accused, including the girl’s father and his friends, who conspired against the headmaster, under sections 384 (extortion)120b (criminal conspiracy) and 34 (common intention) of IPC at Pataudi police station,” he said.

Many such incidents are coming to light where the serious law such as Rape has been misused by many to demand money from the wrongly accused party. Another such report from Delhi was brought out in media by BBC in 2017.

A 44-year-old Delhi estate agent’s troubles began after he caught an employee embezzling money and threatened to go to the police. The employee reacted by coercing a woman to pose as a potential house buyer who, after viewing a property, asked Gupta for a lift to the local metro station. She later accused him of driving her to an empty fourth floor apartment and raping her.

“Thankfully I had CCTV installed in my office. The whole process of taking the stairs to the fourth floor, opening the flat, taking her inside, then getting out and dropping her at the metro station would have taken at least 37 – 40 minutes. I could prove I was back in my office within 11 minutes.”

But when the woman registered her complaint to the police, Gupta found himself caught up in a system that seemed to care little about the evidence and a lot about branding him a criminal.

“Nobody listened to what I had to say. The police didn’t even consult me. I tried everything, but I didn’t get justice.”

For the next eight months as the police investigation continued, Gupta had to endure the public disgrace of being accused of rape.

“I can’t even begin to explain the ordeal that my wife, kids, my father and brother had to go through. My children have had the toughest time. My daughter, who is just six years old, would write letters to god pleading to spare her father.”

When the case finally went to court, the woman confessed she had made up the accusation and Gupta was acquitted, but much damage had already been done.

Gupta sees himself as a victim of what men’s rights campaigners say is a growing problem – the false allegations of rape.


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Husband doused with #PETROL & Set on #fire 4 questioning wife’s #illicit #relationship. In Serious condition 1!

Jagir Hussein a Resident of PakkirippaLayam, KaNdamangalam taluk, Vilupuram district was married to Sabeen Bhanu of VikravanDdi a nearby town in 2005

Jagir Hussein had to leave abroad in search of work and to support the family.

Sabeen Banu developed illicit relationship with a #YOUNGER FELLOW by name Yuvraj

Their relationship bloomed into love and they started meeting day and night

Recently Jagir returned from his stint abroad and people from the locality told him of his wife’s escapades. However as he had full faith in his wife, he did NOT heed any of their warnings, nor suspect her

However even after his return Sabeena could not give up her loverboy Youraj. Since matters became open and husband Jagir noticed late night telephone calls and clandestine meetings, he questioned his wife one day

Angered by this, Sabeen poured petrol on Jagir and set him ablaze. He screamed in agony and ran out of the house, when residents nearby saved him and took him to the hospital where he is in a critical condition

Police have registered a case and arrested the wife Sabeena and her lover Yuvraj

Detailed news report enclosed

வெளியிடப்பட்ட நேரம்: 15:00 (29/11/2018)

கடைசி தொடர்பு:15:00 (29/11/2018)

`யாருடன் இவ்வளவு நேரம் பேசுகிறாய்?’ – தட்டிக்கேட்ட கணவனை பெட்ரோல் ஊற்றிக் கொளுத்திய மனைவி

“யாருடன் இவ்வளவு நேரம் பேசுகிறாய்” என்று கேட்ட கணவனை மனைவி பெட்ரோல் ஊற்றி கொளுத்திய சம்பவம் பரபரப்பை ஏற்படுத்தியிருக்கிறது.

விழுப்புரம் மாவட்டம், கண்டமங்கலம் ஒன்றியம் பக்கிரிப்பாளையத்தைச் சேர்ந்தவர் ஜாகிர் உசேன், வயது 46. இவருக்கும் விழுப்புரம் மாவட்டம் விக்கிரவாண்டியை சேர்ந்த சபீனா பானு (34) என்பவருக்கும் கடந்த 2005-ம் ஆண்டு திருமணம் நடைபெற்றது. தற்போது வரை இந்தத் தம்பதிக்கு குழந்தை இல்லை. வேலைக்காக ஜாகிர் உசேன் வெளிநாடு சென்றிருந்த நிலையில் விக்கிரவாண்டியில் உள்ள தன் சகோதரியின் மகளை அழைத்து வந்து வளர்த்தார் சபீனா பானு. தனியாக இருந்த சபீனா பானு எதிர்வீட்டில் இருந்த வாகன ஓட்டுநர் யுவராஜிடம் (29) சிறுசிறு உதவிகளுக்காக பேசிப் பழக ஆரம்பித்தார். ஒருகட்டத்தில் அந்தப் பழக்கம் இருவருக்குமிடையே காதலாக உருவெடுத்தது. அதன்பின் இரவு, பகல் என அடிக்கடி சபீனா பானுவின் வீட்டில் இருவரும் தனிமையில் சந்திக்கத் தொடங்கினர். இவர்களின் சந்திப்பு ஊர் மக்களுக்கு தெரியத் தொடங்கியது.


கடந்த ஆண்டு வெளிநாட்டிலிருந்து திரும்பிய ஜாகீரிடம் சபீனா-யுவராஜ் இருவரின் தனிமை சந்திப்பைப் பற்றி ஊர் மக்கள் கூற ஆரம்பித்தனர். ஆனால், மனைவி மீதிருந்த அசைக்க முடியாத நம்பிக்கையால் அதைப் பொருட்படுத்தாமல் சென்றார் அவர். ஒரு கட்டத்தில் இருவரும் தனிமையில் சந்திப்பது, நீண்ட நேரம் போனில் பேசிக்கொண்டிருப்பது போன்ற செய்கைகளால் ஜாகீருக்கு சந்தேகம் ஏற்பட, “இவ்வளவு நேரம் யாருடன் போனில் பேசிக் கொண்டிருக்கிறாய்?” என்று கேட்கத் தொடங்கினார். சபீனா அதை பொருட்படுத்தாமல் எப்போதும்போல தனது காதலைத் தொடர்ந்துகொண்டிருந்தார். அதனால் கணவன், மனைவிக்கு இடையே அடிக்கடி தகராறு நீடித்து வந்திருக்கிறது. அந்தச் சூழலில்தான் நேற்று முன் தினம் மறுபடியும் சபீனாவும் யுவராஜும் தனிமையில் சந்தித்தகாகக் கூறப்படுகிறது.

5 hour’s ago


அதைப்பற்றி ஜாகீர், சபீனாவிடம் கேட்க இருவருக்குமிடையே தகராறு முற்றியுள்ளது. அப்போது கண்ணிமைக்கும் நேரத்தில் வீட்டில் கேனில் இருந்த பெட்ரோலை எடுத்து ஜாகீர் மீது ஊற்றிய சபீனா அவருக்கு தீ வைத்துக் கொலை செய்ய முயன்றார். அதனால் உடல் எரிந்து கொண்டிருக்கும் நிலையில் அலறிக்கொண்டே வீட்டுக்கு வெளியே வந்து விழுந்தார் ஜாகீர். அதைப் பார்த்து அதிர்ச்சியடைந்த அப்பகுதியினர் தீயை அணைத்து அவரை புதுச்சேரி ஜிப்மர் மருத்துவமனைக்கு அனுப்பி வைத்தனர். உயிருக்கு ஆபத்தான நிலையில் சிகிச்சை பெற்றும் வரும் ஜாகீர் கொடுத்த வாக்குமூலத்தின் அடிப்படையில் வழக்கு பதிவு செய்த கண்டமங்கலம் காவல்துறை சபீனா மற்றும் அவரது காதலன் யுவராஜ் இருவரையும் கைது செய்து நீதிமன்றத்தில் ஆஜர்படுத்தி சிறையில் அடைத்தனர். முறை தவறி ஏற்படும் காதல் முடிவில் விபரீதத்தையே ஏற்படுத்தும் என்பதற்கு இந்தச் சம்பவமும் ஓர் உதாரணம்.

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NRIs don’t need to reveal details of foreign bank accounts, assets to Indian tax dept: I-T Tribunal

The Income-Tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT) has said NRIs do not need to reveal details of their foreign bank accounts and assets to Indian authorities.

The tribunal has also ruled that the onus is on the I-T Department to prove an assessee has parked undeclared income arising from India in foreign bank accounts.

The recent judgment was passed in the case involving Japan-based NRI Hemant Mansukhlal Pandya, who has an account with HSBC Bank in Geneva. Pandya has been living in Japan since 1990, is a non-resident taxpayer since 1995-96, and received a Japanese residency certificate in 2001.

“The assessing officer erred in making additions towards deposits found in HSBC Bank account, Geneva under Section 69 of the Income Tax Act,” said the Mumbai Bench of the ITAT. It further noted that the government has also acknowledged that an NRI foreign bank account is not illegal and provisions of the Black Money (undisclosed foreign income and assets) and Imposition of Tax Act, 2015, are applicable only to residents.

Significantly, the Bench also referred to the statement by the then Minister of State for Finance in December 2011, that just holding an account outside India does not mean the amount is tax evaded. It also noted that the government’s white paper on black money had also said that not all Indians who have bank accounts abroad have necessarily used it to stash black money.

Sandeep Sehgal, Director, Tax & Regulatory, Ashok Maheshwary & Associates, said: The tax authorities in the present case, on receipt of information from HSBC Bank, Geneva, had tried to put the onus on the taxpayer to prove that the source of income was not in India. The Tribunal has rightly held that once there is no dispute regarding the residential status of the taxpayer, the onus is on the I-T Department to prove the same.”

Pandya had filed his I-T for assessment year 2006-07 with a declared income of 5.51 lakh. The income did not arise in, or was sourced from, India. However, his name appeared in a list of Indian account holders with HSBC Geneva which was shared by the French government with Indian authorities under the DTAA (double taxation avoidance agreement) based on which his I-T assessment was re-opened in 2014.

However, dismissing the Revenue Department’s appeal, the Bench held that the assessing officer had merely relied on the details received from the French government and did not conduct an independent inquiry.

It also noted that no funds were transferred from the assessee’s account in Dena Bank to any bank account including in HSBC, Geneva.