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RSS Leader Calls Slain Teenager From Uttarakhand ‘Raw Milk’, Case Shed

RSS Leader Calls Slain Uttarakhand Teenager 'Raw Milk', Case Shed

Dehradun:

Uttarakhand police on Thursday filed a case against Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) leader Vipin Karnwal, who allegedly made objectionable comments about 19-year-old Ankita Bhandari, calling her “raw milk” rather than “hungry male cats” and he blamed his father for her. death.

The Raiwala Police Station in Dehradun, Uttarakhand registered the case against Mr. Karnwal for sowing enmity and tension in the society and insulting the woman.

Blaming Ankita’s father for her murder, Mr. Karnwal in his Facebook post (which has now been deleted) said that “the biggest culprit is her father, who fed raw milk to starving male cats.”

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“I didn’t go to any candlelight marches or market closings. The father and brother who eat the profits of a 19-year-old girl, whose daughter and sister work in a resort where there is open debauchery and the girl whose business based on Jammu A friend comes to inform the family about the scandal and he is the biggest culprit who left raw milk before the hungry cats,” Karnwal’s post in Hindi read.

On the complaint of a social worker, Vijaypal Rawat, the police registered the case against the RSS leader under section 153A (Fostering enmity between different groups on grounds of religion, race, place of birth, residence, language, etc. , and performance of acts detrimental to the maintenance of harmony), 505 (Statements leading to public disgrace), 509 (Word, gesture or act intended to insult the modesty of a woman), and 66 (Description of the prison for failure to pay fine) of the Indian Penal Code.

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Circle Officer Rishikesh and Deputy Commissioner Dondhiyal said they have been searching for Mr. Karnwal.

More details on the matter are awaited.

Ankita, 19, was missing for at least six days before the Uttarakhand administration recovered her body from the Chilla Canal in Rishikesh on September 24.

Pulkit Arya, son of ousted BJP leader Vinod Arya, was arrested in the case for allegedly pushing her into the canal after an altercation. In addition to Pulkit Arya, two other people were arrested in the case.

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