*Bring accused to book: NEHRO
ITANAGAR, Apr 24: A three-member Arunachal Pradesh State Commission for Women (APSCW) team visited Pasighat on Tuesday to conduct preliminary enquiry into domestic violence and attempt to murder of Yalik Siram Taloh.
The APSCW team including vice chairperson Heyomai Towsik, Member Techi Hunmai and member-secretary Yame Higio, deputed by chairperson Radhilu Chai Techi on receipt of a complaint, met the victim undergoing treatment for mental trauma. They also met her parents and father-in-law to record their statements, an APSCW release said.
While meeting alleged accused Oyon Ering Taloh, victim’s mother-in-law in judicial custody, question her in detail, before meeting the DC, SP, OC and IO of the case and discussed the case and asked them to nab soon the absconding accused Kamin Taloh (husband).
Meanwhile, the APSCW exhorted all citizens and CBO members to abstain from taking laws into their hand and let the law take its own course of action.
Meanwhile, Pasighat-based state unit of North East Human Rights Organization (NEHRO), in a letter to East Siang SP, on Wednesday has demanded immediate arrest of accused.
Referring to Pasighat PS case No.82/19 U/S 307/34 IPC on April 19, termed the case cruelty shown by extreme torture of a woman by her husband as very unfortunate as “a woman is still treated as a slave in today’s society”.
The violence against women is an ongoing human rights issue preventing women from enjoying all human rights. It is very unfortunate that.
In this connection, the North East Human Rights Organization (NEHRO), Arunachal Pradesh State Unit Vehemently condemning the heinous, it urged the SP to immediately bring the alleged accused Kalik Taloh to book. It expected free and fair investigation of the case to grant justice victim Yalik Siram Taloh.