Alleging a ‘huge conspiracy’ after police filed a chargesheet claiming she was a male, Asian Games gold medallist athlete Pinki Pramanik on Monday said the investigating authorities were trying to force her to commit suicide.
The West Bengal government on Monday ordered an inquiry into the land allotted to Asian Games gold medalist Pinki Pramanik, who recently walked out of jail after spending 26 days in custody on charges of rape.
Asian Games gold medallist Pinki Pramanik on Sunday filed a complaint with the police that she was receiving threats to her life and that her former roommate had taken away her medals, gold ornaments and other belongings when leaving her house.
Pinki Pramanik’s former live-in partner, on whose charges the former athlete was arrested, took a complete u-turn on Friday saying that she brought rape charges against her on the behest of Avtar Singh, husband of former Asian Games medallist and ex-CPM MP Jyotirmoyee Sikdar.
The National Commission for Women (NCW) has said that athlete Pinki Pramanik was treated in an "unjustified manner" and it will send a team to West Bengal to meet the Asian Games gold medallist accused of being a male and committing rape.
Asian Games gold medalist Pinki Pramanik, arrested after a woman charged that the athlete was a male and had raped her, was today granted bail by a court in North 24 Parganas district after spending 25 days in judicial custody.
The chromosome pattern test report (Karyotyping) of Asian Games gold medalist Pinki Pramanik to determine her gender was today received and would be sent to a court at Barasat in North 24-Parganas district on Tuesday.
The West Bengal Human Rights Commission has directed the home, health and police departments to inquire into the alleged `inhuman torture` on Asiad gold medalist Pinki Pramanik in police and jail custody and submit a report within two weeks.