Thursday, June 20, 2024

Russian woman found injured; live-in partner absconding

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Kozhikode (Kerala): The Women’s Commission has registered a suo moto case in the incident where a Russian woman sought treatment at the medical college for injuries. The 27-year-old woman had come from Qatar and was accompanied by a youth from Kalanjali, who has now gone missing.

The locals informed that the woman sustained injuries after jumping from the terrace following a fight with the youth.

However, the police have not yet registered a case. Efforts are being taken to take the statement of the Russian woman, who only knows Russian.

The commission has sought an urgent report from the police station officer in Koorachunde.

According to sources, the woman was first admitted to the Koorachunde Government Hospital and later shifted to the medical college. Fortunately, the woman is now out of danger.

The locals also said that a fight broke out between the two in the car, and the woman alighted from the car and was seen crying. The locals informed the Perambra police about the incident.

The Women’s Commission is taking this incident seriously and has initiated an inquiry. They are also looking into the woman’s welfare and ensuring that she gets all the necessary assistance.

The case highlights the vulnerability of women in society and the need for prompt action to ensure their safety and well-being.

The police are yet to register a case, and the investigation is still ongoing.

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