30 September 2015

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Ex. Army Doctor Dhanoa hit by IAS officer's car in Haryana no one arrested

Ex. Army Doctor Dhanoa hit by IAS officer's car in Haryana no one arrested
The incident, The Case –

The incident took place on September 25 when Captain Paramjit Kaur Dhanoa (retd), a nonagenarian veteran of the 1962 Sino-Indian war, was knocked down by the official car belonging to the Haryana cadre IAS officer, who was present in the car at the time of the accident.
Anil Kumar was en route to watch a play at Tagore Theatre in Sector 18.

Her son Inderpreet Singh Dhanoa had filed a complaint with the police a day after the accident on September 26. However, a case against the driver was registered only on September 28.

She was hit by a car in which IAS officer Anil Kumar was present, at the main gate of the theatre, her family members alleged.

As a result, the woman received injuries on her face and her head and also suffered broken rib

Tribune reported that “Even four days after an official car belonging to former UT Home Secretary Anil Kumar knocked down a 90-year-old war veteran at the entrance to Tagore Theatre, the UT police are yet to arrest the car driver and impound the Honda City car (HR 70 R 0078).
Although the police have booked the car driver as “unknown person” under Sections 279 (rash driving) and 337 (endangering life and personal safety of others) of the IPC, they have failed to bring on record the name of the driver and have not even take cognisance of the fact that the former Home Secretary, who was present at the spot, has himself acknowledged the incident but with a different version to the sequence of events.”

After this incident now Former UT Home Secy filed complaint against woman’s grandson for using foul language
Former UT Home Secretary Anil Kumar has submitted a complaint to the UT police against the grandson of the 90-year-old woman for allegedly using foul language against him in a post on Facebook. Anil Kumar has also sought action against those who responded to the post by using foul language. A written complaint has been submitted to the UT police at the public window of the Police Headquarters in Sector 9. Talking to Chandigarh Tribune, Anil Kumar said he had filed a complaint seeking action under the IT Act. “The kind of language used in the post is morally wrong. Using dirty language against anyone on a social networking site is an offence,” Anil Kumar said.

Army should give her lawyers and should help her to get justice.

Majority Indians fear so nothing is going to happen in this case also.

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