National Human Rights Commission serious on Hathras scandal, notice to UP government and DGP, sought reply in 4 weeks

There is outrage across the country over the incident of hagiography with a Dalit girl in Hathras, Uttar Pradesh. The National Human Rights Commission has taken action on the gang rape and death of Hathras’s daughter. The National Human Rights Commission has issued a notice in this case to the police chief of the state government, Uttar Pradesh. The Commission has given only four weeks time to file an answer in this matter. Authorities gave this information on Wednesday.

A 19-year-old Dalit girl was gang-raped a few days ago, her tongue was cut off and her spine bones were broken. After which she was battling for life at Safdarjung Hospital in Delhi. The victim died on Tuesday, about 15 days later.

“The National Human Rights Commission has taken suo motu cognizance of the 19-year-old girl from a Dalit caste in Hathras district in the matter of cruelty and gang rape,” the statement issued by the commission said. According to media reports, the victim went missing on 14 September and was found in a badly injured state on 22 September. She was gangraped.

Officials said that the commission has sent notices to the chief secretary of the state government and the director general of police of Uttar Pradesh. On September 14, the victim went to the fields with her mother and went missing shortly after. Later when she was found she was badly injured, beaten, tortured, her tongue bitten. Not only this, the accused tried to strangle her.

After this, she was first admitted to the Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College and Hospital of Aligarh Muslim University, later referred to Safdarjung Hospital in Delhi.

The National Human Rights Commission found that a woman belonging to a Scheduled Caste community was sexually assaulted and brutally assaulted. The Commission said, ‘It is clear that the police were not able to take timely action to find and rescue the victim, due to which she could not be saved from being subjected to severe cruelty.’

The commission said that the way criminals have carried out this gruesome incident shows that they had no fear of law. The family has suffered an irreparable loss. Not only this, the family has also alleged that the police forcibly cremated the dead body of the victim. However, police say this happened with the wishes of the family.

Sonia Gandhi besieges UP government on Hathras gang rape

Congress President Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday targeted the BJP over the incident of Hathras in Uttar Pradesh and said that she and her party stand with the victim family demanding justice. Se said in a video message that the country will speak out against injustice and BJP will not be allowed to break the country.

Sonia said, “Today, crores of people are sad and angry. What happened to the innocent girl of Hathras is a stigma on our society. I want to ask if it is a crime to be a girl, is it a crime to be a poor girl? What was the Uttar Pradesh government doing? “She said,” The family’s call for justice was not heard for weeks. The whole case was tried to suppress. Timely treatment was not given.

The Congress president alleged, “I want to say that Hathras has not died Nirbhaya, but has been killed. This has been done by a ruthless government, its administration and the government’s neglect. “Se said,” After death her body was not handed over to the family. A mother was not allowed to leave her daughter for the last time. This is a grave sin. The body of the girl has been burnt by force. Even after death one has dignity. Our Hinduism also says this.

Sonia said what kind of government is this, what is this justice? You think you will do anything and the country will keep watching. off course not. The country will speak against your injustice. She said, “I stand by the Congress on behalf of the victim family of Hathras seeking justice. India is everybody’s country. Everyone has the right to live a life of dignity here. The Constitution has given us this right. We will not allow BJP to break the Constitution and the country.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Related posts

Leave a Comment