Mumbai Rape Case: Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray called an emergency meeting of Mumbai police officers regarding the rape and rape of a woman in Sakinaka. In the meeting, the Chief Minister gave clear instructions to the police officers that a proper court case should be made in this matter, charge sheet should be filed and government lawyers should be appointed so that the guilty could be punished. The Chief Minister directed the police officers to be more vigilant and ensure the safety of women in Mumbai. The Chief Minister cautioned that the image of Mumbai as a safe city should not be tarnished.
Mumbai rape | The Chief Minister also directed the police to be more vigilant and take measures for the safety of women to ensure that Mumbai does not tarnish its image as a safe city: Chief Minister’s Secretariat
– ANI (@ANI) September 11, 2021
Government is serious about the matter
This meeting of the CM, called after the death of a victim of cruelty in Saki Naka, is considered to be very important. Let us tell you that on Saturday, the rape victim died during treatment at Rajawadi Hospital in Ghatkopar. She was hospitalized for two days. He was in critical condition when he was admitted to the hospital. Maharashtra Home Minister Dilip Walse Patil has also ordered the concerned police station to take strict action against the accused. He said that I myself am keeping an eye on this matter and am taking every moment updates from the policemen.
Police found important evidence
An important CCTV has come to the fore in the rape incident of a 30-year-old woman in Sakinaka area of Mumbai. It is seen in this that the accused is brutally beating the victim on the road. After beating, he escapes by keeping the victim in a tempo in an immobile condition. According to the police, this CCTV footage is of accused Mohan Chauhan. This CCTV will be very helpful in getting the accused punished.