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PDP holds candle march, demands death penalty for accused
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JAMMU, Dec 21: People Democratic Party today organised Candle March Rally at Kachi Chawni to demand justice for the gangrape victim in South Delhi.

PDP held a candle light march here for the 23-year-old physiotherapy intern gang-raped in a moving bus in Delhi, demanding justice for her and death for the accused. The Protesters shouted slogans against the accused and the Delhi Police. They were demanding death penalty for the accused. They also prayed for the health of the victim fighting for her life in the Safdarjang Hospital in Delhi.

Vikram Singh said If we can just start respecting the women in our homes, that will be enough to start a trend, a revolution to respect women and not see them as a luring object.

Girish Sharma said If we are not safe in our national capital, then where can we? Government is just playing the game of passing the buck and shying away from its responsibility. Delhi CM is saying law and order is under Home Ministry and they are saying its the responsibility of the state. How long such things will go on.

Sachin Sharma Said This is not the first time that such an incident has happened in India. They have said that the case will be held in a fast track court and there will be increased surveillance. Why were these steps not taken before?

Pankaj Gupta said These culprits should get a strong punishment which can be a lesson for others. They should be hanged within a month.

Led by Vikram Singh, Sonu Saini, Girish Sharma, Pankaj Gupta, Sachin Sharma, Geeta Devi, Neha, Parul, Seema, Kavita, Kashika, Sonia, Chaman Angral, Vikrant Singh, Rajat gupta, Kunwar Bai, Shamsher Singh, Mohan Choudhary, Brij Mehra, Vinod, Yasin Khan, Ajay Sharma, Sandeep, Ankit Chalotra, Amit Abrol, Vishal Abrol, Mohit Verma, Shiva Kapoor, Rohit Kapoor, Ankur, Sandeep, Abhi shek, Sanjeev, Inderpal Singh, Jatin Basin, leaders of PDP.

They Demanded that there should be a fasttrack court in J&K also.


News Updated at : Saturday, December 22, 2012
 
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