New Delhi: At present a 14-year-old teen rape victim who was constantly sexually assaulted and was compulsory to drink an acid-like substance, died at a hospital here, prompting a suffering DCW chief to lash out at the Centre and Delhi police on the issue of women's safety. The Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) Chairperson Swati Maliwal also conveyed that, how many Nirbhayas does Delhi want? We all simply wait for next Nirbhaya to die. She also said adding that she "never felt so helpless. She has also further conveyed that, the girl was fed an acidic material which totally destroyed her interior organs and she died a very painful death. It was only subsequent to the Commission issued notice to the DCP (North), accuse who was nomadic free was under arrest. Under the leadership of Home Minister Rajnath Singh she asked the Centre to set up a high-level ministerial committee on women safety. How many Nirbhayas does Delhi want? We all simply wait for next Nirbhaya to die.
To affront to injury, Home Ministry scrapped Women Safety Task Force in Delhi set up when Nirbhaya died stating its permission finished! Maliwal has also further conveyed that, She is dead! We the system is accountable. Never felt so weak. Require to do something. Maliwal was alluding to the Centre's current conclusion to disband the Special Task Force on women's safety in Delhi. It was recognized in 2013 in the consequences of the brutal Nirbhaya gangrape. On Friday, in Delhi the DCW has material a notice to DCP (North) quizzical the treatment of the case of the Dalit slight who was allegedly kidnapped by the accused just previous to a hearing in her rape case, subjected to sexual assault several times and compulsory to drink corrosive substance. In the announcement, the Commission had directed DCP (North) to provide security to the girl and her family and command why the police had not arrested the accused till date. The Commission had also required the details of action taken on the complaint of the victim's parents concerning threat to their lives in an FIR filed on May 15 and asked the reasons for not registering offences under Section 3 of the SC and ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989.