Kolkata: Dogs were eating the body of the burnt girl after the gang rape, BJP attacks Mamta Government
Kolkata: Dogs were eating the body of the burnt girl after the gang rape, BJP attacks Mamta Government

The recent case from Kolkata is shocking. In this case, the minor girl was gangraped and her body burnt in Kumaraganj. Thereafter, the child's body was found under a bridge where the dogs were scratching it. After the issue came to light, lakhs of people are tweeting and demanding from the Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee to bring justice to the minor girl. In this, the name of the accused is being told as Mehboobur Mian, who is pleading to take action against him. In this case, the BJP has also put the Mamta government in the dock on the whole matter and declared West Bengal a 'rape state'.

Yes, recently Kailash Vijayvargiya, BJP general secretary and in-charge of Bengal, targeted Mamata Banerjee and she said, "In a state where the Chief Minister (Mamata) is a woman, there is special care for women safety but West Bengal In the case of rape of innocent girls, they are constantly happening. Law and order is broken. When will the girl child of Belurghat get justice? ”With this, questions are being raised on social media on the attitude of the state government by tweeting thousands in order to bring justice to the minor child. Let us tell you that the family members of the 17-year-old girl have alleged that "her body was set on fire by gang-raping her daughter."

With this, SSP Devarshi Dutta said, "Wounds were found on the victim's body. The burned body of the girl was found under a bridge. Three people involved in this case have been arrested. Whether or not the child was raped or not, we will be able to say only after the postmortem report.

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