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Aug 24, 2018
6:49AM

NHRC issues notice to Bihar govt days after woman paraded naked in Bhojpur

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The National Human Rights Commission, NHRC has issued notice to Bihar government days after a woman was assaulted and paraded naked by some people in Bihiya town of Bhojpur district in the state.
 
In a statement, the NHRC said, it has directed Bihar Director General of Police to ensure proper protection to the woman and her family members. It has also issued notice to Bihar Chief Secretary, calling for a detailed report in the matter. Both the officers have been given four weeks to respond.
The Commission took suo motu cognisance of a media report that a woman was beaten and paraded naked on Monday by some people in Bihiya village of Bhojpur district in Bihar on suspicion of her involvement in a teenager's mysterious death.
 
 

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