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Illegal access of memory card shocking: Kerala actor assault survivor

Illegal access of memory card shocking: Kerala actor assault survivor

Kochi: The survivor of the 2017 Kerala actor assault case cannot suppress her dismay and worries after a judicial enquiry report revealed that the memory card, a prime evidence in the case which included visuals of her assault, was accessed multiple times without authorisation. On Saturday, she reacted that it was unfair and shocking, The News Minute reported.

She said that she received the judicial enquired report on changes in the value of the memory card related to her case, and it was tragically shocking.

She said that privacy is everyone’s fundamental right and added that she was deprived of her basic constitutional rights when the card, which contained visuals of the sexual assault, was accessed multiple times when it was in court’s custody. She added that it is scary to know that her privacy is not safe in the court.

She said that when victims face such horrible experiences from the court itself, which is supposed to provide them with strength, they get destroyed while those who hurt them end up feeling proud. However, she expressed faith in the judiciary, saying that the era of sincere judiciary has not ended and, therefore, she will continue fighting to get justice.

“I will continue my journey with hope, with the belief that the sanctity of the judicial system, which is the last resort for every Indian citizen, will not be destroyed,” TNM quoted her.

The judicial enquiry report said that Angamaly magistrate Leena Rasheed, Personal Assistant Mahesh Mohan of the Ernakulam District Judge, and trial court official Tajudeen accessed the memory card while it was in the custody of various courts. Mahesh worked in the Ernakulam Principal and Sessions Court, where Kauser Edappagath was the judge. Tajudeen was an official of the trial court under Justice Honey M Varghese.

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