Case Against Cadila’s CMD Takes a New Turn, Victim Appears In High Court

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Case Against Cadila’s CMD Takes a New Turn, Victim Appears In High Court

| Updated: February 28, 2024 13:03

The Bulgarian woman, who had previously filed a rape complaint against Rajiv Modi, the Chairman and Managing Director of the renowned Cadila Pharmaceutical Limited, made an unexpected appearance at the Gujarat High Court today. This development comes after Modi was acquitted a few days ago.

The victim, a Bulgarian woman who had been missing since January 24, has reappeared and held a press conference alongside her lawyer. She made startling allegations against the police, criticising their investigation and accusing them of laxity from the outset. She revealed that she was brought in for a medical test long after the incident. She expressed dissatisfaction with the Gujarat police’s summary report, which she claims was filed without proper investigation.

“We went to the Supreme Court, but our application was returned there too. We have withdrawn the application due to the summary report,” she stated, vowing to fight legally and remain in India.

The victim has also demanded in court that the investigation of this case be handed over to another agency. She claimed that the police officers have not provided satisfactory answers and have failed to interrogate the old witnesses in the case. She further alleged that the police filed a summary report after interrogating new staff and that many other girls have become victims whose interrogations have not been conducted.

The victim’s lawyer, Rajesh Mishra, echoed her sentiments, stating, “When we applied in the Supreme Court, the police had filed a summary report. So our application was returned in the Supreme Court. One year later, there is no meaning of the victim’s medical report, new staff interrogation in the case.”

He also mentioned an attack on the victim at Aghora mole, which he claims the police have not investigated. “We will respond to the summary report filed by the police due to laxity in the investigation. The investigation has not been done as per the 164 statement. This case is not yet complete. We will file a reply to the A summary report on March 2,” Mishra concluded.

The case was previously investigated by a Special Investigation Team (SIT) formed under the chairmanship of the Additional Police Commissioner Sector-1, as per the instructions of the Gujarat High Court. The SIT found no evidence supporting the allegations made in the complaint. Despite eight summonses, the complainant failed to appear for her statement, which was crucial for verifying certain aspects of the case. Consequently, the SIT filed a summary in court, marking a significant turning point in the case. The lack of evidence led to Modi being virtually exonerated.

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