Alleges that parents and siblings tortured her and has branded her as mentally unstable.
Daughter of a retired IPS officer has knocked the doors of AP State Human Rights Commission for protection to her life and money for living.
In her complaint to the State HRC on July 31, 2012, the complainant stated that she was harassed and physically tortured by her parents and siblings branding her as mentally unstable and depressed, causing grievous injuries.
She alleged that her father C Dothanga, a 1975 batch IPS officer of AP cadre, retired in 2003, beat her several times and her sister, instead of shielding her, facilitated her father to continue beating. She also alleged that her father had attempted to kill her several times.
The complainant stated that she has been simply requesting her father to educate her abroad. She alleged that despite her complaints to the police several times, no action was taken since her father influenced them. She further alleged that due to unbearable harassment by her parents, she moved to a rented house, but her father coerced the landlord to ask her to leave. She stated that her parents were not giving her money while they themselves lead lives of luxury.
The complainant urged the HRC to intervene and order the parents to pay her Rs.41,000 per month towards rent and monthly maintenance and also get her educated in the UK.
Responding to her complaint, the HRC has directed the DCP, Central Zone, to inquire into the matter personally and submit a report to the Commission by August 13, 2012. NSS