Mathura rape case

Mathura Rape Case

Mathura rape case

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The Mathura rape case was an incident in India wherein Mathura, a sixteen year old tribal girl, was allegedly raped by two policemen in the compound of Desai Ganj Police Station in Chandrapur district of Maharashtra. The incident led to changes in Indian law.

Her relatives, who had come to register a complaint, were patiently waiting outside even as the act was allegedly being committed in the police station. When her relatives and the assembled crowd threatened to burn down the police chowky, the two accused policemen, Ganpat and Tukaram, reluctantly agreed to file a panchnama.

The case came for hearing on 1 June 1974 in the sessions court. The judgment returned found the defendants not guilty. It was stated that because Mathura was 'habituated to sexual intercourse,' her consent was voluntary; under the circumstances only sexual intercourse could be proved and not rape.

However, the Supreme Court of India again acquitted the accused policemen. The Supreme Court held that Mathura had raised no alarm; and also that there were no visible marks of injury on her person thereby...
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