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Delhi Police files chargesheet in JNU rape case

Ratan is at present lodged in judicial custody and his bail application is pending before a sessions court.

By: PTI | New Delhi |
September 27, 2016 10:26:05 pm

Delhi Police has chargesheeted JNU student Anmol Ratan for allegedly raping a 28-year-old fellow student in university hostel. The charge sheet was filed before Metropolitan Magistrate Loveleen who has fixed the matter for hearing on October 8.

According to the charge sheet, the victim had written on her social networking website’s wall that she wanted to watch the movie Sariat and had asked if anyone had its CD. Ratan then messaged her saying he had a copy. Later, he picked her up on August 20 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 is at present lodged in judicial custody and his bail application is pending before a sessions court. The police have told the court that call details of the woman and the accused, fingerprint report and other CFSL reports pertaining to the case are still pending and the agency is likely to file a supplementary charge sheet in the matter. Ratan, an AISA activist, was expelled from association after being accused of rape.

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