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Saturday, 01 October 2022 3.11 AM IST

Kadakkavoor POCSO case: Son moves SC against order acquitting mother

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NEW DELHI: A complainant son moved the Supreme Court demanding to quash the report of the special investigating team giving a clean chit to his mother in the Kadakkavoor POCSO case. His plea has demanded to cancel the bail granted to his mother. He filed a plea pointing that the high court issued the order without hearing him.

An investigating team led by Dr Divya Gopinath submitted a report that the allegation that the 13-year-old son was sexually abused by his mother is false. Based on this report, the high court ordered to quash the case. Following that, the Thiruvananthapuram POCSO Court ended the proceedings of the case. The son has now approached the apex court alleging that the high court heard only the prosecution’s part and issued an order without hearing him. The plea filed through his woman lawyer Ansu K Varkey demanded to cancel the high court order and direct his mother to face the trial. The plea will be considered by a bench led by Justices Surya Kant and Abhay S Oka.

The special investigation team had informed the high court that the report was prepared taking into account the findings of the medical board headed by the superintendent of Thiruvananthapuram Medical College and the results of scientific tests. While the boy was abroad with his father, the boy was found watching a porn video. The report said that in order to escape from it, the son levelled the allegation of sexual abuse against his mother. The investigation team's report also mentioned that there was no motive behind the boy’s complaint against his mother.

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TAGS: CRIME, KADAKKAVOOR POCSO CASE, SON, MOVES, SC, AGAINST ORDER, ACQUITTING MOTHER
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