A woman from the Ghaziabad area alleged that her husband installed a device in her body that allows him to track all her movements.
An additional district and sessions judge sought comments from a Ghaziabad SHO in a petition filed by a woman seeking registration of a case against four men – including her husband and a judicial magistrate – for rape. She also submitted that her husband had fixed a tracker in her belly to monitor her movement.
Petitioner S* submitted that she married accused Muhammad Fiaz six years ago and was subsequently forced into prostitution.
She described an incident when her husband along with serving judicial magistrate Akram Azad came to her house in a drunken stupor and raped her. After this incident, her husband allegedly also brought other men, Mushtaq and Saleem, who also raped her.
Soon after, she said she separated from her husband, who later came to her house with an accomplice and made her inhale chemical fumes which caused her to fall unconscious.
She contended that when she regained consciousness, she found herself in the Services Hospital with stitches on her stomach. She said that her suspicions arose when her husband would easily track her down despite her being secretive about her whereabouts.
She claimed that a doctor revealed through an X-ray that a tracking device had been planted inside her. She prayed to the court to direct the respondent to register a case against the accused persons as the police had refused to help her.
Published in The Express Tribune, April 22nd, 2014.
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