The Madhya Pradesh High Court has granted three more weeks to the state government to furnish report on the action taken against erring police officials who did not lodge an FIR in the Bhopal gangrape case.
Advocate-general PK Kaurav sought three weeks to file the report on the action taken against the erring police officials who forced the gangraped girl to go from one police station to another in Bhopal to lodge the FIR.
The advocate-general pointed that prima facie explanation was sought from the doctors whom prepared the medico legal report of rape victim had clarified that instead of the word ‘without’, the word ‘with’ was mentioned inadvertently in the report.
To which, the court said ‘the State can take appropriate decision in view of the explanation submitted’ by the doctors.
Furthermore, the advocate-general submitted that sensitization programme has been conducted to make girls aware of their rights.
Besides the training programme for the police personnel is also been undertaken, he said.
Even a mobile application has been prepared for the help of the victims, which will trigger the police headquarters and the nearest police station sooner the victim calls the police, the AG told the court.
The state informed the chargesheet against the accused and the trial has commended and the court is conducting trial on day-to-day basis.