Delhi: Outrage Erupts over Rape and Murder of 9-year-old Girl

In the Delhi Cantt area, the case of forcibly burning a 9-year-old Dalit girl after the rape and then murder is heating up.
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In the Delhi Cantt area, the case of forcibly burning a 9-year-old Dalit girl after the rape and then murder is heating up. A campaign has started on Twitter with the name #JusticeForDelhiCanttGirl. According to the DCP of South West Delhi, Pandit Pratap, when the police got information that about 200 people of old Nangal village had gathered at the cremation ground, then the investigation was done.

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In this case, the police have arrested 4 accused Pujari Radheshyam, Salim, Laxminarayan, Kuldeep under IPC 304, 342, 201, and SC / ST Act. The girl's mother was called to the crematorium saying that she was electrocuted by a water cooler. Some people said that if the police were called, his organs would be taken out in the post-mortem. That's why funerals are better. Thereafter, his last rites were performed. However, the matter reached the police after the girl's father raised an alarm.

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The Delhi government is also being scolded in this matter. A campaign has started on Twitter to get justice for the girl child. Protests are also taking place in Delhi regarding this. One user wrote – Arvind Kejriwal, how much more time will it take to raise this issue and ensure #JusticeForDelhiCanttGirl.

People are commenting by linking this matter with #LucknowGirl. One wrote – If a girl does wrong then she is guilty, she should be punished. Similarly, if a girl is brutally raped, the wrongdoer should also be punished severely. I demand immediate arrest and investigation with folded hands of that 9-year-old girl. If the sisters and daughters of Bahujan Samaj have to save their respect, then Phoolan Devi has to be made.

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