Star rape case: WCC prompts CM to step in
Concern at transfer to shift trial to another court
Concern at transfer to move trial to another court
Women in Movie Theater Collective (WCC) has sought the intervention of Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan to end the excessive delay in making sure justice for the victim in the star rape case.
In a social media post on Saturday, the WCC described the news that the prosecution has moved the court to stop the procedures and move the trial to another court fearing that the survivor will not get reasonable trial and justice as ‘stunning.’ It is discovered that the Unique Public District attorney believed that the court was extremely biased, said the Collective.
The WCC pointed out that “it was a tragedy to sow uncertainties in a case where our associate remains waiting for justice to be delivered in the event reported 3 years back. We ask for the Chief Minister and the society to step in and put an end to this deadlock. It’s not the responsibility of the government alone to deal with the excessive hold-up in getting justice. We advise everyone that it’s the duty of all who are worried about the future of the women and ladies in the nation,” it stated.
According to the authorities, the very first six implicated in the event abducted the star and sexually attacked her in a moving automobile. Star Dileep, the 8th implicated, is dealing with conspiracy charges in the case.
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