‘Outrage is not enough’, says UN offical on Rohtak gangrape


The incident happened three days ago when a 21-yr old Dalit young woman was allegedly raped by the same five mens in Rohtak district. 

In context of the matter, a top UN official has said that, “it is the heinous culture of impunity” that bounds violence against women. He even asserted that strict action must be taken to end the “brutality”.

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“The reported gangrape of a young Dalit woman in India by the same five men who had raped her three years ago underlines the heinous culture of impunity that surrounds violence against girls and women,” UNICEF Principal Gender Advisor Anju Malhotra said in a statement on Wednesday.

In India, there are approximately 120 million girls worldwide among which 1 in every 10 faces sexual violence at the age of 15-19, she said.

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“But outrage is not enough. We need action now to end this brutality that has become routine and to give the victims of violence the justice and protection they deserve,” she added.

The victim had also told the investigators that she was raped three years ago.