Police inspector charged with rape and criminal trespass

A case has been filed against a police inspector here for alleged rape and criminal trespassing, police said on Saturday.

The woman filed a police complaint on Friday that a case had been registered against her husband in 2018 which had been investigated by CI Nageshwar Rao, Rachakonda Police Station said in a statement. communicated.

Later, the same defendant (the complainant’s husband) was hired by the inspector to work on his farm as a monthly paid employee until February 2021.

One day, when the complainant’s husband was working on the inspector’s farm, the complainant was forcibly taken to his farmland without her husband’s knowledge and the complainant informed her husband.

Immediately, her husband phoned the inspector and warned him not to disturb his family and that he would inform his (inspector’s) wife of his behavior, he added.

Then the inspector asked him to drop the case, he said.

Later, a few police officers came to the complainant’s home and took her husband to the task force police office, beat him and took photos and videos of the complainant’s husband and placed ganja packets. in his hands.

He was threatened with legal action against him if he tried to inform the inspector’s family members of his advances towards the plaintiff. On July 6, the inspector called the complaint stating that he found her husband’s location to be his place of origin and asked him to satisfy his sexual desires and also used unparliamentary language, according to the press release.

The same was immediately informed to his husband and returned from their native place. On the night of July 7, the inspector broke into the complainant’s house, beat her and raped her, he added.

Meanwhile, the complainant’s husband approached and attacked the inspector with a stick.

The inspector threatened the complainant and her husband with a gun and asked them to leave Hyderabad or else a brothel case would be filed against them.

He took them in his vehicle to Ibrahimpatnam here and on the way they had an accident. The complainant and her husband managed to escape and filed a complaint with the police.

Based on the complaint, a case was registered under the relevant articles of the ICC and the Arms Act.

Special teams were formed to arrest the fugitive inspector and a report against him for taking departmental action by a competent authority was being prepared, the Hyderabad Police Commissioner said, according to the statement.

Meanwhile, Hyderabad Police Commissioner said the Inspector has been suspended from duty pending full investigation and investigation due to the Rape and Weapons Act registered against him.

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