District Judge Dharmesh Sharma said, “There can be no denying that rule of law was broken. Sengar was a public functionary and had to maintain the rule of law.”
Though Swami Chinmayanand had agreed to mostly all the accusations levelled against him, the girl was later on booked for extortion.
Uttar Pradesh Cheif Minister Yogi Adityanath said that the case will be heard by a fast track court. He added that it is deeply saddening to hear about the death of the victim.
A day before, the Uttar Pradesh administration stated that the family desires to relocate to Delhi, apprehending peril in their home state.
The court also ordered for a team of doctors to check the medical condition of the survivor and her lawyer and also to find out if they need to be airlifted to AIIMS Delhi for treatment.
What can be more shocking and shameful than the glaring fact that such despicable crimes and the succeeding events designed to derail the process of justice are being allowed to happen in one of the largest democracies in the world, with a population of 133.92 crores! That too in full view.
“If the person against whom we are complaining comes to know about it, and if we meet an accident, what will happen?” This question was asked by a school girl to UP police officers.
The horrific rapes in India are now so common that every other day there is a Nirbhaya case. To me,…