Rapists should be brought out in public, lynched: Jaya Bachchan in Rajya Sabha

Dec 02 2019 04:23 PM
Rapists should be brought out in public, lynched: Jaya Bachchan in Rajya Sabha

New Delhi: Recently, the echoes of the incident with the female doctor in Hyderabad were heard in Parliament today. Samajwadi Party's Rajya Sabha MP Jaya Bachchan condemned the incident very strongly and publicly said the death sentence to the culprits. Jaya Bachchan, who is seen distressed by the rape and murder of the woman doctor, told the Rajya Sabha that the time has come that the public should get a definite answer from the government. She said, such people should be brought among the public and killed by the mob.

Rajnath said, ready to enact the toughest law: According to the information received from sources, Rajnath Singh said in the Lok Sabha that the whole country has been shocked by this incident. It has hurt everyone. The accused should get the harshest punishment. We are ready to enact the toughest laws to deal with such crimes against women, provided the whole House agrees on it. Whereas Minister of State for Home Affairs Kishan Reddy also said in the Lok Sabha that the case of Hyderabad is very serious. The government is ready to amend the law. Let us tell you that after a gang-rape of a female vet in Hyderabad, she was brutally murdered. The entire country is boiling over this incident. This matter was discussed in both the houses of Parliament today. Apart from this, there is a ruckus outside the Parliament too. Demonstrations are being organized against it across the country.

Rajya Sabha MP Sonal Mansingh said that I am ashamed, surprised, I am also disappointed that such incidents happen all over the country. . Why is the government, police, civil society indifferent? There are candle marches and rallies every time, so why is this going on?

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