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Pascal seeks police intervention to enable him meet children

Press Trust of India  |  Bangalore 

Police said Pascal and his 70-year-old mother met the Additional Commissioner of Police (and order) T Sunil Kumar with this request, saying they wanted to give the children gifts and alleged that his wife was preventing them from seeing the kids.

The ACP assured them he would do his best to try and see they are able to meet the children.

Pascal had filed a petition in the High Court, seeking quashing of the case, contending it was solely dependent on circumstantial evidence, though the hospital's medical report, which allegedly indicated sexual abuse, had not linked him.

Mazurier, Consular Attache to Consulate General of France here, was arrested on June 19 on a complaint by his wife, a native of Kerala, alleging he had raped their three-and-a-half year old daughter.

He was charge-sheeted on September 17.

On October 17, the Karnataka High Court had granted conditional bail to Pascal observing that the circumstantial evidence did not "specify" he had committed the offence.

First Published: Sat, December 22 2012. 23:25 IST