A married woman, who was living in a rented house in Delhi, was recently attacked by her landlady along with her female relatives. They stripped her and paraded her naked in broad daylight in the Palam locality. Instead of helping the woman, the locals took videos of the incident. Police sources revealed that the people did not intervene because they thought that it was their personal matter. The woman has now approached senior police officials to take up the issue. It all started with a couple renting a portion of the house that belongs to the year-old landlady who used to live with her son and daughter-in-law.
Six women arrested for ‘beating up, parading naked’ a DCW volunteer after liquor raid in Delhi
Illicit liquor racket: Delhi woman beaten, paraded naked for helping cops
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Woman Stripped, Paraded Naked In Delhi; Locals Shoot Videos
New Delh: Even as the DCW said a woman was beaten up and paraded naked here on Thursday after she helped in a raid in north Delhi against illegal sale of liquor, police denied it and said two women have been arrested for physical assault. Her video is made -- all because she dared to raise her voice against crime and helped the DCW catch people selling illegal liquor in their home 50 metres from the police chowki. Is there any law and order in Delhi?
A year-old woman was allegedly attacked with iron rods, dragged out of a house where she tried to seek refuge and her clothes ripped apart before being paraded in the lanes of a JJ colony by a group of women in Narela on Thursday. The said woman is a volunteer of Delhi Commission for Women. The woman had been instrumental in getting the raid conducted on the illicit liquor in Narela on Wednesday. The victim, Praveen is a resident of a JJ cluster and she had been protesting against the sale of illegal liquor in the area. The victim is the mother of four children.