Police have sought public assistance in locating four Indian-origin men, aged between 22-30 years, in connection with an aggravated assault that took place in Canadian city of Brampton.
The Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) on Sunday issued a notice to the Delhi Police in the matter of attack over a rape survivor.
The case is in connection to a 23-year-old woman who has accused Rajasthan Cabinet Minister Mahesh Joshi’s son of rape.
According to the Police, on Saturday night, the woman was walking with her mother near the Kalindi Kunj Road when two unknown persons approached her and threw a blue liquid on her face.
Soon, she was taken to the AIIMS Trauma Centre.
The Commission said that it has received a complaint regarding the attack.
The victim informed the DCW that the miscreants attacked her and threatened her to withdraw the rape case against Rohit Joshi, the son of Rajasthan Cabinet Minister Mahesh Joshi..
Terming the incident as a “very serious matter”, the DCW has issued a notice and asked the Delhi Police to provide a copy of the FIR registered in the matter.
The Commission has also asked to provide information about the steps taken by the police to ensure the safety and security of the complainant and her family, as well as a detailed action report by June 15.
Regarding the same, DCW Chief Swati Maliwal tweeted.
जिस लड़की ने राजस्थान मंत्री महेश जोशी के बेटे रोहित जोशी पे रेप का आरोप लगाया, उसके चेहरे पे आज दिल्ली में 2 अज्ञात लोगों ने कुछ पदार्थ फेंका। @ashokgehlot51 जी, अपने मंत्री के बेटे को बचाने की जगह गिरफ़्तार करें। मैं दिल्ली पुलिस को नोटिस इशू कर रही हूँ इस अटैक पे FIR के लिए। pic.twitter.com/Y8gZfMWW4q
— Swati Maliwal (@SwatiJaiHind) June 12, 2022