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IPS officer from Bengaluru accused of adultery police, however, registered it as a non-cognizable offence under Section 497 (adultery) of IPC

 
 
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IPS officer from Bengaluru accused of adultery police, however, registered it as a non-cognizable offence under Section 497 (adultery) of IPC
by System Administrator - Monday, 16 July 2018, 11:21 PM
 

By : M.S.Yatnatti Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru :Reportedly an IPS officer from Bengaluru has come to light after a video of him and a woman in a compromising position was released and broadcasted by news channels .Suresh, a 40-year-old Bengaluru techie, has accused the IPS officer of forcing his wife to have an affair with him. Suresh wrote to the police chief DGP asking for justice.The techie has registered a case at the Kormangla police station. The police, however, registered it as a non-cognizable offence under Section 497 (adultery) of IPC. The police are currently seeking a legal opinion to register FIR.Suresh, in his 4-page-long complaint, said that he and his wife Roopa have been receiving death threats from the IPS officer. The IPS officer has allegedly threatened him of an encounter.

The First Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate (ACMM) court is reportedly likely to hear the case . The techie, going before the media, alleged that the police did not register a case based on his complaint.However, the wife said she was a victim of domestic violence and was not living with him for the past few months.