Coimbatore rape case: Police reached court against the decision to hand over the case to IAF, sought the custody of the accused again

कोयंबटूर रेप केस: मामले को IAF को सौंपे जाने के फैसले के खिलाफ कोर्ट पहुंची पुलिस, वापस मांगी आरोपी की हिरासत

Police reached the court against the decision to hand over the Coimbatore rape case to the IAF (representative picture)

In the Coimbatore rape case, the police have filed a petition in the Additional Women’s Court, Coimbatore, against the decision to hand over the case to the Indian Air Force. In fact, the court handed over the case of sexual harassment of a female officer to the Indian Air Force. The police have filed a petition for the withdrawal of the accused flight lieutenant’s custody to continue the investigation of the case.

Earlier, days after the Tamil Nadu Police conducted a preliminary inquiry, the court had allowed the Indian Air Force to conduct a thorough probe into the matter. The Air Force Chief said that we will take disciplinary action in the matter on the basis of the investigation report.

What is the whole matter?

On September 10, a woman officer of the Indian Air Force in Coimbatore had accused a colleague of sexual harassment. The 28-year-old female Air Force officer had made serious allegations against the officers of the Indian Air Force. The woman officer said she was forced to undergo a restricted ‘two-finger test’ and to withdraw the complaint against the accused flight lieutenant.

fellow lieutenant accused of raping

The woman officer had made serious allegations of illegal two-finger test on her to confirm rape and bad attitude towards her. The woman officer had said that the evidence has also been tampered with. In fact, in the past, a case of rape of a female Air Force officer came to light from Tamil Nadu. The woman officer had accused the fellow lieutenant of raping her.

IAF chief rubbishes claim of ‘two-finger test’

Air Chief VR Choudhary said on Tuesday that no ‘two-finger test’ was conducted on the woman officer who accused her of sexual harassment at the Indian Air Force Training Academy in Coimbatore. Addressing the annual convention ahead of Air Force Day on October 8, he said, “No two-finger test has been done. The information about the two-finger test is incorrect. Air force law is very strict. The truth is the test was not done. Action will be taken on the basis of the inquiry report.

Read also:

Women’s Commission objected to IAF officer’s ‘two-finger test’, letter to Air Force Chief

Coimbatore: After the rape, the woman officer was shocked by the two-finger test, the lieutenant was accused of rape


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