“Had She Not Headed out Alone …”: Women’s Panel Member On Badaun Gang-Rape
Authorities said disciplinary action is being taken police officers handling the case (File)
The gang-rape and murder of a 50- year-old lady in Badaun, Uttar Pradesh, could have been avoided had she had actually not gone out alone at night, a member of the National Commission for Women has said. “I tell females again and once again that they ought to never go out at odd hours under anyone’s influence,” commission member Chandramukhi Devi was estimated as saying by Press Trust of India.
The 50- year-old had gone to the temple on Sunday afternoon and was sexually attacked and killed presumably by an occultist and his 2 disciples. 2 guys have actually been jailed.
” I believe if she had not gone out in the night or was accompanied by any kid of the family, maybe this occurrence might have been prevented. However this was pre-planned as she was called through a phone call. She went (out) and then returned in such a state,” Chandramukhi Devi said after meeting the female’s family, reported PTI.
The NCW member was sent to satisfy the woman’s family by Commission chief Rekha Sharma, who tweeted this night to state, “It’s not @NCWIndia’s view and I highly condemn it”.
” I do not know how and why the member has stated this but females have all the right carry on their will whenever and wherever they wish to. It’s society and state’s responsibility to make places safe for females,” she said in another post.
No I do not. I do not know how and why the member has stated this however females have all the ideal carry on their will whenever and anywhere they wish to. It’s society and state’s task to make places safe for women. https://t.co/WlG2DWs20 G
— Rekha Sharma (@sharmarekha) January 7, 2021
Postmortem reports had exposed injuries to the woman’s personal parts and indicated that she died due to shock caused by extreme bleeding.
” The post mortem reports reveal minor injuries to personal parts, there are tears and she has a fracture on among her legs. There was extreme bleeding and the bleeding resulted in shock which caused the client’s death. Prima facie we discovered evidence of rape,” Dr Yashpal Singh, Chief Medical Officer, Budaun, had actually stated.
Budaun cops primary Sankalp Sharma had admitted to neglect by the regional cops in handling of the case, stating disciplinary action is being taken.
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