Kathua rape murder case: Court trial to begin today
New Delhi : Court hearing regarding Kathua rape and murder case will begin today. Deepika Singh Rajawat of the Jammu and Kashmir High Court will fight on behalf of victim’s father Mohammad Akhtar. The entire nation is demanding justice for the eight-year-old girl who was cruelly gang-raped and murdered in the Kathua district of Jammu in January this year. Delhi Commission for Women chairperson Swati Maliwal is asking for death penalty for rapists.
People in India are in the state of shock after the incident of rape and murder of minor girl in Kathua, J&K. In most places, people are taking part in candlelight vigil at protest demanding justice for the victim. From Bollywood celebrities to political personalities to common public, everybody is waiting for the rightful action.
People in Moradabad have come out for candlelight vigil at protest demanding justice for Kathua and Unnao rape case victims.
Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) chairperson Swati Maliwal continued her indefinite hunger strike for the third day on Sunday despite warnings from doctors. "Her (Maliwal's) medical condition is not good. Doctors have advised her to break her fast but she is not giving up," a DCW official said.
The DCW chief tweeted: "The police initially asked me to vacate the place. Now the DCP has come with entire police force with a false doctors' report saying my life is in danger. But I can run for 5 km. They will forcibly pick me up in the night. They are not allowing me to consult a private doctor. What is the fear @narendramodi?"
For now, the survivors of the horrific 1991 Kunan-Poshpora mass rapes, has reopened their old sad story, reported Greater Kashmir. The survivors came forward to show support for the minor victim in Kathua.