(CPIM )demands probe
Shopian, July 24: The Jammu and Kashmir unit of CPI(M) today demanded a probe into the alleged rape of a woman in south Kashmir's Kulgam district.
"Let the culprits be identified and brought to book," CPI(M) state secretary M Y Tarigami saidwhile addressing a public rally at Khujpora Zainapora in this south Kashmir district.
Tarigami lashed out at police saying they should not have made public the medical report of the woman as it affects her dignity.
On Friday, the police released the medical report of the 32-year-old woman who had alleged kidnapping and rape by two men in uniform on July 19.
The report said there were no marks of violence on her body.
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