- The anger of Hyderabad rape erupted in the capital Delhi
- Women gathered at Jantar Mantar, Swati Maliwal on indefinite hunger strike
- A large number of women along with Maliwal at Jantar-Mantar, hanged
- Women engaged in Chandigarh, Kolkata, and Hyderabad including Delhi
In Hyderabad, the anger of humanity with female doctors is spreading all over the country. There is a huge protest in the capital on Tuesday. A large number of people (especially women) have gathered at Jantar-Mantar. All are demanding strict action. Delhi Women Commission chairperson Swati Maliwal has also sat there on an indefinite hunger strike. They say that she will wake up only after getting written assurance
Women also gathered in Chandigarh, Kolkata, Hyderabad
There is anger in every corner of the country against those who have committed such heinous crime with women. Women also took to the streets in Chandigarh, Kolkata, Hyderabad before Delhi.
‘Fasting will surely happen’
Swati Maliwal, who was on hunger strike, said that the fast will be fast, whatever happens. He also refused to move from Jantar Mantar to Ramlila Maidan for a demonstration. He said that Ramlila Maidan is not safe for women.
Swati Maliwal had decided to go on an indefinite fast from Tuesday to demand a stringent law. Swati has sat on a fast for 10 days against the Kathua and Unnao rape cases last year. Maliwal went to Rajghat before the fast. Maliwal had also alleged that by barricading Jantar Mantar, an attempt is being made to stop him from fasting. However, his fast has started at the moment.
Rapist should be hanged in every 6 months: Maliwal
Before going on a hunger strike, Maliwal said, “I will not wake up until the Center makes such a system for the whole country that the rapist is hanged every 6 months.”
Maliwal has also written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. It says that until Modi does not fulfill his promise, she will go on a hunger strike. Maliwal demands that police accountability in the country be increased, fast track courts should be created. And 66,000 policemen should be given to Delhi Police immediately, 45 fast track courts should be established in Delhi. The guilty should be punished in any case and immediately.
मोदी जी को पत्र। मैं आमरण अनशन करूँगी जब तक वो अपने वादे पूरा न करते। देश में पुलिस के संसाधन जवाबदेही बढाई जाए & फ़ास्ट ट्रैक कोर्ट बनाए जाएँ।
दिल्ली पुलिस को 66,000 पुलिसकर्मी तुरंत दिए जाएँ और 45 फ़ास्ट ट्रैक कोर्ट दिल्ली में स्थापित हो। दोषी को हर हाल में & तुरंत सज़ा दो! pic.twitter.com/hZjLkRpLAP
— Swati Maliwal (@SwatiJaiHind) December 3, 2019
‘Always keep the culprits in jail’
BJP MP Hema Malini was asked questions on the rape in Hyderabad. On this, he said that such news is being heard continuously. In this case, the culprits should always be kept in jail. Once sent to prison, they should not be allowed to come out.