Mumbai 29th August : Prakash Ambedkar , National President of Vanchit Bahujan Aaghadi , said that it is the dictatorship of the Rajasthan government to impose severe IPC section on those who protest to get justice for the victim in a gang rape of Scheduled caste speech impaired girl in Bagdi (Dausa), Rajasthan.
“It is the dictatorship of the government to impose severe IPC sections on those who voice to get justice for the victim in a gang rape case of a Dalit Speech impaired girl in Bagdi (Dausa), Rajasthan. Ensure justice in the case and provide financial assistance of Rs. 25 lakh to the family of the victim,” tweeted Prakash Ambedkar.(Roughly Translated from Hindi)
“Immediately withdraw the cases against the justice loving protesters. We make this demand to the Government of Rajasthan,” added Prakash Ambedkar.(Roughly Translated from Hindi)
A 17-year-old speech impaired girl was gang raped in Dausa district of Rajasthan on Thursday 6th August , the police said on Sunday 9th August.
Jaipur range inspector general of police (IGP) S Sengathir said that the girl’s mother filed a complaint on Sunday afternoon about the sexual assault. The woman said she and her daughter live in Mandawari police station area of the district while her husband lives in Dubai.
In her complaint, the mother said that three days ago in the evening when the girl was alone (because the woman had to go to her parents), five men identified as Anil, Kirori, Dharmendra, Rajkesh and Dhara Meena abducted her and took her to an isolated place where they raped her,” said Sengathir.