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Bengaluru: In a lightning operation that was conducted by the City Crime Branch (CCB) police on November 10, a man, native of Udupi district was arrested for keeping females under house arrest after bringing them to the city on the pretext of getting them jobs in ladies' service bars.

Praveen Shetty (38), son of Shekar Shetty, presently residing at 10th Cross, Papareddypalya, Nagarabavi in the city, who is a native of Herur Hoige Mane, Brahmavar Post, Udupi taluk and district, is the person who is under the custody of police now.

The Women's and Narcotics wing of the CCB police got a reliable information that Praveen has kept girls of outstation states under house arrest at a flat in Fourth Cross, Third Main, opposite SBI bank, RR Layout, Jnanabharathi post of Nagadevanahalli in the city. Police have confiscated a mobile and Rs 700 in cash from the accused. 15 victim girls, of which, three each are from Delhi and Punjab, four each from Mumbai and Rajasthan and one from Uttar Pradesh were rescued in the operation.

A case in this regard is registered in the Jnanabharathi polilce station and further investigation is in progress.



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Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Saturday confirmed the life sentence given to a 29-year-old doctor, who was convicted for raping a patient in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of a Vashi hospital in October 2010.

A sessions court had sentenced Dr Vishal Wanne to life imprisonment in January this year, and a high court bench of Justices P V Hardas and P N Deshmukh agreed with Additional Public Prosecutor Usha Kejriwal's submissions that Wanne's act fell within the definition of Section 376 (2) (d) of the Indian Penal Code, despite the medical evidence "not fully supporting" the victim's version.

The Section 376 (2) (d) applies in case of a hospital staffer raping a patient while taking advantage of his post. The prosecution said that the victim, aged 30, was at a Durga pooja pandal with her husband and two sons on October 16, 2010, when she experienced giddiness.

The woman had been fasting, and was admitted to the general ward. According to the prosecution, Wanne, the resident medical officer (RMO) on the night shift, got the victim admitted to the ICU, saying she was experiencing breathlessness.

The prosecution said that around 1.30 am, the victim was administered an injection by Wanne, following which she felt drowsy. Around 2 am, he drew the curtains and slept on the bed next to the victim's, after which he molested her, the prosecution said, adding that the victim couldn't resist because of the injection's effects.

Later, when the nurse on duty left the ICU citing asthma attack, Wanne raped the victim, the prosecution said.

The victim said in her complaint that Wanne told her he had fallen in love with her "at first sight". He even convinced the victim's husband to "rest", saying she was in his care, following which her husband left for home. The police complaint was filed the next morning, when the victim told her husband about the incident.

Wanne's advocate Nitin Sejpal said the victim was drowsy, and had herself said that she wasn't sure whether she had been raped. He further said that the medical evidence didn't indicate "forcible intercourse", and that she hadn't suffered injuries.



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