Published: Tue, December 03, 2019

Parliament expresses outrage over Hyderabad gang rape and murder case

Parliament expresses outrage over Hyderabad gang rape and murder case

Four men allegedly deflated her scooter tyres to leave her stranded then approached her appearing to offer to help. "I think people want the government to give a proper answer and a very definite answer". "In other countries when something like this happens, public gives justice". "A similar incident happened in Hyderabad a day before the vet was raped", she said.

Rajya Sabha chairman M Venkaiah Naidu, over the calls for a new law, said to tackle crimes against women a change of mindset is required and not a new bill. One of the men had let the air out of the tire deliberately, police said. People who have not done their jobs properly.

"I know it sounds harsh, but these kind of people should be brought out in public and lynched", the actor-turned-lawmaker can be heard telling the Rajya Sabha, the upper house of Indian parliament, in an NDTV report that has since gone viral. He said, there is a need to sensitize people.

All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) MP Vijila Sathyananth said that the accused must be hanged before December 31. "The country is not safe for children and women", she added. He said laws and establishment of fast track courts will not make a differences till the time the death sentence is not executed. "Justice delayed is justice denied".

Union Minister of State for Home Affairs G Kishan Reddy also assured the Lok Sabha that the government is ready to amend the Indian Penal Code and Code of Criminal Procedure to ensure justice in the Hyderabad case.

Last week's incident was also discussed in Parliament.

The issue was also raised in Lok Sabha with the speaker Om Birla saying that "Desh mein jo ghatnayein ghat rahi hain uspe Sansad bhi chintit hai (The Parliament is anxious about the incidents happening in the country)".

"The accused in the rape cases should be named and shamed".

"It has hurt everyone".

"The punishment should be publicized so that people think twice before committing such a heinous crime", Sen said. Cyberabad Police have arrested the accused.

The charred body of the victim was found two days earlier in a nearby town. Besides, three policemen have been suspended for "dereliction of duty". On Saturday, they were sent to 14-day judicial custody.

On Sunday, the Chief Minister of Telangana, K Chandrashekar Rao instructed the setting up of a fast-track court to hear the case and promised stringent action against the perpetrators.

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