Nagpur, Jun 9 : The Bombay High Court has directed Maharashtra Government to implement a new set of rules related to forensic medical examination of sexually assaulted victims.
A Nagpur bench of the HC comprising Justices Bhushan Dharmadhikari and P D Kode yesterday asked the Government to circulate the new guidelines, prepared by Indrajit Khandekar, a forensic medicine expert, to all hospitals and police stations, and file a compliance report after eight weeks.
The direction was given on a PIL filed on the basis of a report by Khandekar, Assistant Professor in Department of Forensic Medicine at Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences (MGIMS), Sewagram.
The report is titled `Pitiable & Horrendous Quality of Forensic Medical Examination of Sexually Assaulted Victims’.
The PIL was filed by Chairperson of Child Welfare Committee (Nagpur) Ranjana Pardhi and a local lawyer, Vijay Patil.
There should be strict punishment for False report.
Court should order to Rape her in Public.
In India most of laws are being misused only rather than real victims getting hardly any use of these laws shch as rape cases, 498A, D.V. act, CRPC-125, sec-24 etc.
There should be provision that misusers must be punished and innocent person shold not be indulged in false cases.
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How disgusting Ravi,it only made you another abuser by saying that complainant should be raped publicly…then why you negate Taliban…they do the same tit for tat..India has got laws to punish for false implication.
Zeenat; Can you show me one case where women is charged for FALSE rape case.
at least one case.