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Haryana chief secy seeks report on sodomy case

india Updated: Apr 23, 2012 00:24 IST
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Haryana chief secretary PK Chaudhery on Sunday sought a report from director general of police Ranjiv Dalal on Saturday’s sodomy incident in Gurgaon. A 16-year-old school student was allegedly abducted and sodomised in a moving car by a group of youths.

The chief secretary will convene a review meeting of the home department on April 27.

Meanwhile, the victim’s ordeal is not over yet. The minor, who was admitted to the Civil Hospital for 18 hours, had to face many “uncomfortable questions pertaining to the incident” from various quarters, including the police. Moreover, the parents are livid over the treatment meted out by the hospital and the police.

“Since last night my son is in the hospital. He is disturbed due to the questions being asked by the staff," the victim's father said.

On Sunday, the parents got the boy discharged from the hospital. The police have been waiting for the final medical report for which samples were sent. However, there is an effort to hush up the case.

Dr PK Choudhary, surgeon of the Civil Hospital, told the parents that he has asked a psychiatrist to counsel the boy. But even after waiting for five hours, no one turned up. Senior psychiatrist Dr Brahmdeep Sindhu, however, refuted the allegations.