Home Minister P. Chidambaram today said he was unhappy on the way charges were framed and the trial was conducted in the molestation case involving former Haryana top cop S.P.S. Rathore and promised to look into what the government can do in the matter.

“As Home Minister, I cannot pronounce any judgement. I am very unhappy with the way the charges were framed and the way the trial was conducted and the way the accused has been punished. I am unhappy,” he told a press conference here a day after the family of the victim met him along with their lawyer.

He said the family told him that they have filed one complaint relating to the harassment of her brother Ashu and another of the botching up of the post-mortem report.

“Now, they are planning to file another FIR on charge of abetment to suicide,” he said adding that he has told the family that he would look into what the government could do.

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