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UP Woman, Daughter Consume Poison at SP Office over Police Inaction on Eve-teasing Complaint

The incident took place on Wednesday when the mother-daughter duo had come to his office to complain about eve-teasing. The two were shifted to hospital.

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Updated:July 25, 2019, 11:45 AM IST
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UP Woman, Daughter Consume Poison at SP Office over Police Inaction on Eve-teasing Complaint
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Muzaffarnagar (UP): A woman and her daughter attempted suicide by consuming poison at the SP office in Uttar Pradesh's Shamli district allegedly over eve-teasing by some neighbours and police "inaction" on their complaint, an official said on Thursday.

A police sub-inspector was suspended for alleged negligence of duty, the senior police official said.

According to Shamli Superintendent of Police Ajay Kumar, the incident took place on Wednesday when the mother-daughter duo had come to his office to complain about eve-teasing.

The two were shifted to hospital, the SP said.

Meanwhile, a case was registered against five persons — Vipin, Arvind, Naresh, Sunil and Bharat under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code at Khodsama village under the Jhinjhana Police Station limits in Shamli.

The in-charge of Chosana police outpost, Sub-Inspector Binu Singh, has been suspended for alleged negligence of duty after the victims claimed that no FIR was registered on the basis of their complaint.

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| Edited by: Ahona Sengupta
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