Delhi: Narela woman beaten, 'paraded naked' for helping DCW in liquor raid

Ceria Alfonso
Diciembre 8, 2017

"They said they will also go to Swati Maliwal's house and parade her naked".

Six women were arrested for allegedly beating and tearing the clothes of a woman who helped the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) and police unearth an illicit liquor racket in outer Delhi's Narela, the police said. The victim is a mother of 4 children.

Earlier yesterday, a mob led by accused Asha and other women from her Sansi community is said to have attacked Praveen and beaten her with rods. After the attack, she had to be admitted to a hospital in central Delhi. The police said that the victim was a member of the Nasha Mukti Panchayat in that area. However, the police denied that the victim was paraded with clothes off or naked. He added that her clothes may get torn in the scuffle.

Swati Maliwal took to Twitter to protest against this attack. She has alleged that her attackers were women and her attackers were also involved in the illicit liquor trade. They have registered a case under various sections of the Indian Penal Code against the women involved in the incident. The DCP has been asked to appear before the panel on December 12th. She has iron rod marks on body & is still hospitalised!

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The police have registered a case pertaining to assault with intent to outrage woman's modesty, making sexually explicit overtures and remarks, using word or gesture that is meant to insult the modesty of a woman and assault, among others.

In a shocking incident that would put the whole nation to shame, a woman who helped the authorities bust an illegal liquor den, was allegedly beaten up and paraded naked on Thursday. "Matter being further looked into by the DCP Rohini", it said. Is there any law and order in Delhi? Incorrect that Police Post is 50 Mtrs away.

According to the victim, she was part of a late night raid conducted against the illegal liquor traders. Delhi police are neither being able to curb the sale of illegal liquor nor can it provide safety to the ones who are fighting against it.

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