Alwar gang rape case: Rahul Gandhi met the survivor and said "justice will be done"
Rahul Gandhi met the Alwar survivor of the gang rape today and said that justice would be done and that both her family and she would receive "njaïThe government of Congress in the state was previously criticized by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bahawjan Samaj party chief Mayawati who claimed that the government led by Ashok Hlot suppressed the news of the attack.
Mr Gandhi refused to respond to Prime Minister Modi's comments and said: "The only thing I would say is that this girl, this family, will get justice. I did not come here to do politics. It is an emotional matter for me. come here to meet the survivor ".
He reiterated that "appropriate action" will be taken and said he spoke to the family about "personal matters" that he would not discuss.
On April 26, the woman, a member of the Dalit community, rode a motorcycle with her husband when the accused, who were also on motorcycles, abandoned them and brought them to a field. Allegedly they have beaten the man and raped his wife for him.
The man claims that the police were notified on April 30, but action was not taken until May 7 a day after the fifth phase of voting (and the last in the state). The FIR was submitted on 2 May.
However, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, who was with Mr. Gandhi at the press conference today, hit on PM Modi for his "many lies" and said his government had taken measures to ensure that the survivor would get work.
The police said that all six accused were arrested, including the person who filmed the crime and threatened the survivor that he would share the clip on social media if she went to the police.
At an election meeting in Ghazipur in Uttar Pradesh, the Prime Minister said last week: "A Dalit girl was raped by criminals, instead of catching the accused, the US government is trying to bury the case when the state. They delayed justice. This is the truth of Congress & # 39; njaï"
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