How Much Safe is Kolkata for Ladies at Night? A big Question for the Adminstration

Rape is going to be a frequent matter in our Kolkata.After Park Street,Diamond Harbour,the next and present is in moving car taking the advantage of newcomer in this city.The woman is barrackpore resident,she did not know the streets of Kolkata very well.

What's the reason between frequent rape cases in this city?
A psychologist said that such offenses were sometimes committed by people suffering from what is loosely termed "impulse control disorder".

"This blinding urge to be in the act without thinking of the consequences can happen even with a person without any criminal background."

The same thing occurred to the driver Mumtaz.
Mumtaz has reportedly told the police that while throwing the woman out of the car later, he had thought that she would go to Sealdah station and catch a train back home. "I never thought she would go to the police," he said.

The victim is a house maker,she was returning after seeing on her two relatives.She got late and waiting for a taxi for heading to Sealdah.After waiting a few minutes,the woman got into a Swift Dzire that Mumtaz had slowed down and offered to drop her at Sealdah station for Rs 20.The incident happened at around 11pm near exide croosing.

However,after reporting to the police,unlike the previous event,the police took a great step and was able to catch the criminal.

It has been known that Mumtaz told his interrogators that instead of heading to Sealdah, he suddenly decided to drive to Chittaranjan Hospital and pick up Habibul so he could take the wheel. The woman was not familiar with the city's roads.

"Till Entally, he was moving towards Sealdah.Then he decided to head towards CIT Road to hire a driver to drive the car so that he could join the woman in the backseat," one of the investigating officers told The Telegraph.

The police have not given details yet about the route Mumtaz's car took that night.

Mumtaz Khan has also revealed that he twice raped within a span of 10 minutes the homemaker who got into his car at the Exide crossing.
It didn't occur to him that the woman had picked up their names when he and Habibul were talking.Though,Habibul tried to prevent him form doing that.But,he cant stop him rather he was also beaten by Mumtaz.

On 9th june,evening,Mumtaz was produced in the Sealdah court that remanded him in police custody till June 21. They are yet to recover the sum of Rs 3,000 and two gold bangles he had allegedly snatched from the woman.

The police are waiting for the medical reports. "We have also sought forensic help to scan the car. The experts are likely to finish work by next week," said Pallab Kanti Ghosh, joint commissioner, crime.


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