Published: 18th September 2019
SIT going slow in Chinmayanand case, alleges victim's family members
On Monday, Swami first got himself admitted in government hospital and later when the doctors claimed that he was just having diabetes and high blood pressure
The Special Investigation Team (SIT) formed to probe alleged sexual harassment case against former union minister and BJP leader Swami Chinmayanand, was moving slow even after recording the statement of the victim before the court, family members of the victim alleged on Wednesday.
"Even after we handed over an application and lodged a rape case with the Delhi police, which was later transferred for probe by the Shahjahanpur police, still the SIT not included the rape charges," they alleged.
Talking to reporters in Shahjahanpur, the family of the victim claimed that now even when the victim had recorded her statement before a magistrate under Sector 164 of Cr PC still the local police not booked the Swami for rape or even threatening her.
They said that to evade arrest, the Swami claimed to be sick.
On Monday, Swami first got himself admitted in government hospital and later when the doctors claimed that he was just having diabetes and high blood pressure and gave him medicines,on Tuesday, he got himself treated by doctors of a private hospital.
Meanwhile sources said the accused had summoned on five principals of his colleges and told him not to fear as he will continue to pass on directions to them even if the police took any action in the matter.
He also reportedly said that to his staff that no one could foil his dream of opening another college and he will get it open at any cost very soon.