AURANGABAD: A day in the wake of saying that occurrences of assault ought not be politicized, Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) boss Sharad Pawar on Sunday said that social responses requesting scrapping of the SC And The ST(Prevention Of Atrocities) Act, 1989 in wake of the Kopardi assault murder case can't be disregarded.
"Young ladies and ladies are subjected to mishandle interest for scrapping of the demonstration is a social response which should be considered genuinely. The underlying drivers ought to be researched, and move must be made against the individuals who included, Pawar said, responding to a question on his interpretation of interest for scrapping The SC and the ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, considering the Kopardi episode.
The NCP boss rushed to include that the test was and in this manner it would be unseemly on his part to remark further. A 15-year-old young lady was ruthlessly assaulted on July 13, supposedly by three men, before throttling her at Kopardi town in Ahmednagar. Aurangabad and a couple of different urban areas as of late saw colossal energizes of individuals from the Maratha people group to challenge the Kopardi assault murder occurrence.
The interest for scrapping the Atrocities Act was raised amid these walks. On Saturday, while tending to the establishment day of Yashwantrao Chavan Pratishthan here, Pawar had bid for not politicizing episodes of assault. There ought to be no political yearnings while managing assault episodes, he had said. Looking at slamming onion costs, Pawar reprimanded the state government for its inaction in determining the issue.
He said the state government was hesitant to purchase onions from ranchers under the Center's business sector intercession plan. "I was a piece of a meeting which was held in Delhi as of late to determine the onion emergency in Maharashtra… It was determined that the NAFED ought to buy onions from ranchers and money related misfortune or benefit would be partaken in proportion of 50:50 by the Center and the state.
Be that as it may, the state government has not assented for the same in composing, bringing about postponement," Pawar said. Highlighting that ranchers rehearsing rainfed farming are for the most part onion makers, the previous Union agrarian priest looked for prompt intercession from the administration to determine the issue of diminishing costs.
Touching upon different issues, Pawar said it wasn't right with respect to the legislature to postpone arrival of water from Jayakwadi dam towards Majalgaon dam and other poor territories. "The legislature ought not play with the lives of ranchers. Kindly don't decimate ranchers," he said. Alluding to the late captures of a couple of people from Marathwada for supposedly having dread connections, the NCP boss said a gathering of individuals from non-political Muslim associations have met him as of late on the matter.