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Civil Judge dismissed by Uttarakhand Govt. for allegedly torturing 13-Yr-Old Domestic Help

The Uttarkhand High Court instructed of the dismissal of the Lower Court Judge of her service for reportedly torturing her 13-year-old house aid.

Uttarakhand Government has declared the expulsion of Deepali Sharma, a civil judge, on the full bench resolution of the Uttarakhand High Court and on the recommendation of the State Government, for her act of cruelty to her minor domestic assistance.

The 13-year-old employed at Sharma 's residence in Haridwar, it has been stated that she worked from 2015 to 2018.

On 20 October, the Government declared that it had agreed to dismiss the civil judge. She has previously been suspended after acting as a Civil Judge (Senior Division).

The notification of the High Court dated 21 October refers to the Government Notification. The Notification states that, following a resolution of the Full Bench in force, the Home Department passed an order of dismissal for which permission was given by State Governor Baby Rani Maurya.

In compliance with the order of the Uttarakhand High Court, Sharma 's house was raided by the police.

The raid showed signs of damage to the girl's body.

The High Court involved in the case on the basis of a report sent to the court by Haridwar District Judge Rajendra Singh on the suspected torture of the girl at Sharma 's residence.





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