No truth in complaint by ex-IAS officer's daughter against in-laws: CID

The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) is learnt to have filed a ‘B’ report in the case filed by the daughter of a retired IAS officer against her in-laws pertaining to rape and dowry harassment, saying that it is false.

The woman was married into a family that owns a hospital in the city and resides in VV Mohalla, in 2011. Her husband had filed a case against his father and elder brother regarding a property dispute. This had led to a family feud. She had shifted to Bengaluru, to her father’s place, after delivering a baby.

On April 14, 2015, she had lodged a complaint against her brother-in-law that he raped her when she was eight months pregnant, with the Inidranagar police in Bengaluru. She had also filed a complaint against her father-in-law and mother-in-law that they were harassing her for dowry. As the incident was reported to have occurred in Mysuru, the case was transfered to the jurisdictional VV Mohalla police.

The woman had appealed to the Director General and Inspector General of Police, seeking change in the investigation officer. So, the government ordered a CID probe on May 15, 2015. The case is before the fourth JMFC court.

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