Bail of rape accused rejected
Srinagar, May 15: A Court has rejected the bail application of an accused in an alleged rape of two minor sisters.
The Chief Judicial Magistrate Yashpal Bourney rejected the bail application of the accused Hilal Ahmad Machloo of Hamdaniya Colony of Bemina, on the grounds that the victims would feel traumatized and disrespected.
“Court has enough material including the victims’ statements to take forward the case for hearing,” the Court observed.
The victims’ counsel, Bashir Siddique, while highlighting the seriousness of the case said that granting bail to the accused would send a bad message in the society and upset the victims. “It is a crime against the society and parents would feel insecure while sending their kids especially daughters to school or tuition,” he argued.
Police said the incident had taken place on the evening of May 2 in the Hamdaniya Colony Bemina here when the victims, who study in 4th class and Lower Kindergarten (LKG) respectively, had gone to take tuitions from Hilal’s sister.
“Nobody other than the accused was present in the house and he allegedly lured both the girls one by one to the other room and carried out the crime,” police alleged.
Subsequently, the family members of the victims filed a complaint with the Police. A case has been registered under sections 376/511 (commission of offence of rape or attempt to rape) RPC at Parimpora Police Station.
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