In context of the gang rape of a Noida based Mother-daughter, the opposition parties has demanded the government to remove Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav from the post of “CM”.
A personal explanation from Mr. Akhilesh has been demanded by Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) president Mayawati. She asked Akhilesh Yadav whether he would be able to return the lost honour of the victims.”
On Saturday morning, around six armed men stopped the family car on the Delhi-Kanpur highway and allegedly raped them. It was written in FIR that the armed men dragged the members to nearby fields and proceeded to rape the teenager and her 35-year-old mother.
The other members of the family were tied up, the FIR added.
“There is complete lawlessness in the State for the last four years and the Chief Minister has not only failed to spruce up the law enforcement machinery, but has also failed to protect the women in the State,” she said.
The Bulandshahr incident was yet another blot on U.P. and sadly showed that there was ‘jungleraaj’ in the State, Uttar Pradesh Congress Committee (UPCC) chief Raj Babbar said.
“It is complete chaos under the watch of the Chief Minister,” he said.
The crime was heinous that Mr. Akhilesh should go beyond suspension of a few officials here and there and should rather quit himself, district president of the Rashtriya Lok Dal of Bulandshahr Rajiv Chowdhary said.
If talking about expressways and better highways, the Chief Minister was fooling the people and himself too as they were of no use when people travelling on them were unsafe, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) General Secretary Vijay Bahadur Pathak said.
“It is yet another sad day in U.P. What is more worrying is the fact that neither the women helpline nor the 100 number of the police responded when the victims were calling them in distress” the BJP leader said.
National Women’s Commission member said, “Akhilesh rule, the compensation of a lost honour was Rs 1 lakh.”
On Sunday, a fact finding team was sent to Bulandshahar which held police officials responsible for the crime.
“The police was non-cooperative and did not allow them to speak to the victims,” A member of NWC said. “Three accused have been arrested”, police said. Moreover, 300-member task forces was set up on Sunday to arrest the attackers.