New Delhi, Oct 2: The whole country is in a frenzy over the Hathras incident. Protests have also erupted in the heart of the capital Delhi. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Bhim Army chief Chandrasekhar Azad and their supporters staged a protest on Friday evening at Jantar Mantar in Delhi. Hundreds of people, including leaders, activists and the general public, joined the protest.
“We are here to mourn,” Kejriwal said. I pray to God that our daughter’s soul may find peace. I urge the Uttar Pradesh government to execute the culprits as soon as possible. They should be punished so that no one else would dare to commit such a crime. “
On the other hand, Chandrashekhar Azad tweeted, “I will visit Hathras. Our struggle will continue till the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh resigns. I urge the Supreme Court to look into this. “
Protesters light candles and stand in the dark after sunset in front of Delhi’s Jantar Mantar. This is how the protest goes.
Fearing protests at the gate of the Delhi police have already banned the demonstration, so the movement is transferred mantare Jantar 3 km away. At least 500 people protested.
CPI (M) leader Sitaram Yechury, who took part in the protest, said, “The UP government has no right to stay in power.” Besides, he also became vocal in demanding speedy justice.
Note that the country is in the throes of the tragic death of a young woman from Hathras. The girl was first admitted to JN Medical College and Hospital in Aligarh in a critical condition after being brutally tortured. When his condition deteriorated there, doctors at the hospital advised him to be admitted to the AIIMS in Delhi. But the police brought him to Safdarjung Hospital instead of AIIMS and admitted him.
Panja fought with death for two consecutive weeks and finally gave up on Tuesday. And from the very beginning of the whole incident, the family of the young woman has been raising allegations of inaction and non-cooperation against the Yogi police.
Most people are vocal about the role of the police in this case. The Trinamool delegation was detained in Hathras this morning. Then in one video after another it is seen that the media is also being prevented from entering. The village was made an isolated area by the police. That is why people are angry with the government.
NH, 02 October