JNU rape case: Accused Anmol Ratan sent to 14 days judicial custody
JNU student Anmol Ratan, accused of raping a 28-year-old fellow student in the university hostel, was on Thursday remanded to 14 days judicial custody by a Delhi court.
New Delhi: JNU student Anmol Ratan, accused of raping a 28-year-old fellow student in the university hostel, was on Thursday remanded to 14 days judicial custody by a Delhi court.
A magisterial court at Patiala House courts complex sent Ratan to jail after Delhi Police decided not to seek his custody. The court also directed jail authorities to provide him proper medical facilities after he submitted that he was suffering from heart ailment.
Ratan, accused of raping a first-year PhD student on 20 August, had surrendered before the police last night, hours after the victim recorded her statement before a magistrate. The victim in her complaint at Vasant Kunj (North) police station had said she had posted on her Facebook that she wanted to watch a movie and had asked if anyone had its CD.
Ratan apparently messaged her saying he had a copy. Later, he picked her up on 20 August on the pretext of giving her the CD and took her to Brahamputra Hostel, where he stayed. There he allegedly offered her a spiked drink and raped her.
Ratan, an AISA activist, was expelled from the association after being accused of rape.
Sushil, who has been in jail since 2 June, sought relief from court by asserting that he has been falsely implicated in the murder case. He said accusations were made to humiliate him and injure his reputation.
The petitioner, lawyer Sadre Alam, sought quashing of the 27 July order issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs appointing Asthana as the Delhi Police Commissioner while granting him inter-cadre deputation and extension of service by one year
The Delhi Police Crime Branch had on Tuesday registered an FIR after 32 officials of Tihar Jail were found to be complicit with the imprisoned duo - Ajay Chandra and Sanjay Chandra