NRI siblings have been arrested for exposing the identities of rape victims.

Police have charged NRI siblings with posting the identity of a rape survivor on social media and YouTube pages . The main accuser is the husband of the complainant, who reportedly solemnized marriage with her in March 2019 by concealing the fact that he was already married .

Ludhiana: The police have charged NRI siblings with posting the identity of a rape survivor on social media and YouTube pages, allegedly to pressure her to abandon their case.The identity of a rape survivor cannot be disclosed without the consent of the court.The rape survivor said that the police haven't arrested the creator of the YouTube channel against which she would go to court.The main accuser is the husband of the complainant, who reportedly solemnized marriage with her in March 2019 by concealing the fact that he was already married.

He and his wife were together for one month, after which she divorced her and she stopped communicating with her.Later, she discovered that the man was already married and had abandoned his wife in Rajasthan.She also learned that the accused was not a divorcee but that his first wife had filed a domestic harassment lawsuit against him in a local court.She said she filed three separate lawsuits against the accused on August 9, 2019, August 16, 2019 and December 11, 2019.Following 16 months of her first complaint, police filed an FIR against the man on January 23, 2021, under Sections 376 (rape) and 420 (cheating) of the IPC.She further claimed that her husband and her in-laws were encouraging her to withdraw the complaint.

The woman said, Police have not arrested the web channel's owner.In the court, she would file an assault on the landlord.According to investigating officer Kuljit Kaur, the woman filed a lawsuit on March 21, 2022.The complaint was filed in the United States after an investigation under Sections 228A (Disclosure of the identity of the victim of particular offenses) of the IPC against the accused husband and his sister, who were settled there.