Air Chief Marshal VR Choudhary’s big statement has come to light in Tamil Nadu’s Coimbatore rape case. VR Chaudhary has said that the law of the Air Force is very strict on such incidents. He told that the two-figure test of the woman officer was not done. Let us inform that the rape victim woman officer had said that after the rape, the Air Force officers did not listen to her and the doctors did her two-figure test, which has been banned by the Supreme Court.
Air Force VR Choudhary said in a media event, “The laws of the Air Force are very strict on such incidents. The matter of two-figure test has been wrongly reported. There was no two-finger test. We are well aware of the rules. and appropriate action will be taken in this matter.”
IAF law is very strict on any such incident. The two-finger test conducted on a woman officer is misreported. No two-finger test was not done. We’re well aware of the rules and all due action would be taken: IAF Chief Air Chief Marshal VR Chaudhari on Coimbatore alleged rape case pic.twitter.com/PCA1yKJwso
— ANI (@ANI) October 5, 2021
The woman officer of the Air Force in her complaint had said that the Air Force officials did not help her and told that the doctors of the Academy had done a two-finger test to confirm the rape.
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A woman officer at the Air Force Training College in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu had accused her colleague of raping her. In her complaint, the victim had said that she was raped on September 20. On September 26, the Coimbatore police arrested the accused following a complaint of rape and put him in jail.
Let us inform that now the court has allowed the Air Force to take action against the RP officer under the court martial.