DCW issues notice to police over acid attack on girl
New Delhi: The Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) issued a notice to the police on Thursday seeing details of a 2014 case in which a girl was allegedly molested in the Ranhola area.
The girl has also alleged the accused kidnapped her and took her to Rajasthan where they forced her to drink acid in March this year. She is currently undergoing treatment at Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital, the commission said.
In her complaint to the DCW, the victim alleged that in 2014, she had complained to the police about being threatened and molested by some men in her neighbourhood, following which a case was registered at the Ranhola police station.
The complainant stated that ever since her complaint, she and her family have been subjected to several attacks, the commission said.
In March this year, the girl was subjected to a gruesome acid attack in Rajasthan which led to the removal of several organs in her body, the panel said, adding she is currently being fed through a pipe.
The panel also claimed that on July 26, a man entered into her room in the hospital and attempted to strangulate her and a police complaint was lodged.