The public relations agency for which the woman worked and the insurance company where the husband used to work have terminated their services with immediate effect.
By Crox Media Desk: The Gurugram Couple Manish Kaur and Kamaljeet Kaur, have been arrested for allegedly torturing and sexually abusing a minor domestic help, and have been terminated from their jobs. The couple was arrested after social activists rang alarms to rescue the girl who was horrifyingly beaten for five months with sticks, blades, and hot tongs.
A news report to PTI, the public relations agency for which the woman worked, and the insurance company where her husband was employed announced their termination on their Twitter and Linkedin. The couple who worked for private companies used sticks, and blades to assault the girl.
On kamaljeet’s Kaur job termination, the public relations tweeted “We are shocked to learn about the human rights and child abuse allegations against Kamaljeet Kaur”. As an organization, we respect the Indian Legal system and are strictly against any form of abuse. We have terminated her services with immediate effect”
The Insurance Company where Manish Kaur was employed, tweeted that it believes in upholding effective levels of ethical and moral conduct all the time. “We have terminated the employment of that individual with immediate effect”
Meanwhile, the police are searching for the placement agency that hired the girl.
Girl Stripped Naked and Beaten Daily
The victim who is from Ranchi, Jharkhand was hired through a placement agency and the working couple used to beat her daily. FIR mentioned. On Tuesday, a joint team of police and Sakhi, a one-step crisis centre, rescued the girl from her new friend’s colony.
According to the FIR, the girl is 17 years old not 14 years old as told by the police earlier, reported PTI. Manish Kaur used to strip her and hurt her private parts. The Victim was restricted to the house only and they didn’t even allow her to speak to her family.
The FIR has been registered against the couple under sections 323 (Causing hurt), 342 (Wrong Confinement), and 34 (Common Intention) of the Indian Penal Code, as well as provisions of the Juvenile Justice Act and POSCO Act.