Alwar Rape Case: Minister Mamta Bhupesh said – the poor would not have had tilak, the government alone cannot do anything

Jaipur. After the gang-rape of a deaf and deaf minor in Alwar, Rajasthan, the whole of Rajasthan has been shaken. Such vandalism was done with the minor that the Nirbhaya case of Delhi ran in front of the eyes. Even after 64 hours of the incident, the hands of the police are empty. No arrest has been made so far in this case. Police say that some important clues have been found on the basis of CCTV. The Superintendent of Police will also brief the media regarding this. At the same time, Rajasthan’s Women and Child Development Minister Mamta Bhupesh has also given a big statement in this matter.

Minister Mamta Bhupesh says that there is no tilak on the poor, so that they can be identified separately. The scoundrels can be anywhere, they can be anyone in the society. This is not the responsibility of the government alone, it is also the responsibility of the society. He said that the government alone cannot do any work to stop such incidents. Socially everyone has to take responsibility. He said that we are all responsible for such incidents not happen and protect our daughters, but if this happens then it is the responsibility of the state government to catch the criminals and get them punished. But we are seeing from many times that the Rajasthan government is failing to catch the criminals.

Big statement of Alwar DM

Alwar DM’s big statement has come out in the case of rape of a minor. He said that whether the minor has been raped or gang-raped, it is difficult to say. It will be possible to say anything only after the medical report comes. DM said that so far no evidence has been found regarding rape, while SP Tejaswani Gautam had called it a case of sexual assault.

From Alwar to a minor on Wednesday Jaipur Was referred. A team of 8 doctors conducted a major operation of the victim at JK Lone Hospital in Jaipur. The condition of the victim is stable after the operation. He will have another surgery. Counseling will be done after he comes to his senses.

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vandalism with a minor

With the 14-year-old minor of Alwar, the poor had crossed the limits of cruelty. His private parts were damaged with a sharp object. The victim was found in an injured condition near a culvert. In view of his critical condition, he was referred to Jaipur. At the same time, former Chief Minister of Rajasthan Vasundhara Raje targeted the state government by tweeting. He said in his tweet that after raping a deaf and deaf minor girl in Alwar, the incident of throwing her on a culvert has not only embarrassed Rajasthan. This incident has also exposed the lax law and order situation of the Congress government.


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