Ambala: Haryana Home and Health Minister Anil Vij took cognizance of the married woman’s complaint and directed the Panipat SP to take strict action against the husband who hit her. Anil Vij listened to the problems of hundreds of people from different districts of the state at his residence in Ambala on Tuesday. The married woman from Panipat had said that she was married 25 years ago and her husband is now beating her and her son. He is forced out of the house. The married woman also showed the interior minister the video of her husband beating her. Taking note of this, the home minister called SP Panipat and directed him to take action.
Anil Vij demanded a report from the SP on non-action in murder cases
The complainant, who hailed from Karnal, said his brother died recently after being beaten. The police initially registered a murder case in this case, but the accused involved in the case have not been caught so far. The Home Minister asked SP Karnal for the status report on the case. He also gave instructions to arrest the accused. Likewise, the complainant from Jind reported that his brother was murdered a few months ago. In this case, the police arrested some accused while the main accused was yet to be caught. He accused the police of lax action. The Home Minister summoned Jind SP’s action report in the case and ordered the arrest of the remaining accused.
In these cases, instructions for action are also given during the public hearing
The complainant, who hailed from Sonipat, told the Home Minister that he had purchased a truck in the name of his friend. He himself gave all the money, but now his friend betrays him and doesn’t give him the truck or the money. Home Minister Anil Vij directed the Sonipat Police Commissioner to investigate. The girl from Hisar said that the agent cheated her of Rs 9.50 lakh in the name of sending her to Canada on a study visa. Forged documents were prepared for him. When he found out about this, he demanded the money back, but neither gave the money nor sent it abroad. The Home Minister commissioned the SIT, which was formed for the purpose of pigeonholing, to carry out the investigation.