Congress to approach court to seek directions to register offence against Milind Naik

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PANAJI: The members of Mahila Congress and Youth Congress on Friday called upon Panaji Women Police Station and questioned why the FIR has been not lodged against former BJP Minister Milind Naik in sex scandal case.

Mahila Congress President Beena Naik, Youth Congress President Adv. Varad Mardolkar and mahilas of several Congress blocks were present on the occasion. The duty officer of Women Police Station failed to give reply as why the case was not registered against BJP leader and Mormugao MLA.

“GPCC Vice President Sankalp Amonkar had lodged complain against Milind Naik in sex scandal case on 15th December. Now one month has passed, but still police have not registered it. However, complainant is harassed by BJP government and summoned to crime branch for investigation in the case of victim’s complaint. “ Beena Naik said.

She said that no sooner victim filed complaint against Sankalp Amonkar in Bihar police station, it was transferred at Mormugao police station and offence was registered. “In a same speed Goa police should have had registered offense against Milind Naik. Why it failed to do so.” Beena Naik questioned.

She said that it is grave offense to force a woman to make abortion, however BJP government is trying to shield Milind Naik. “How will women feel safe in Goa, when criminals are given protection.” She said.

Adv. Varad Mardolkar said that they will approach court if police fails to register offence against Milind Naik. “Sankalp Amonkar is getting good response in Mormugao, hence to ruin his political career, BJP is harassing him by summoning to crime branch.” Mardolkar said.

He warned the police officials to face action after Congress government comes to power. “These police officials are working on behest of BJP government and hence not registering the complaint.” He said.

Condemning the act of former minister, Congress supporters burnt the effigy of Milind Naik.

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