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“Will Take Up This Issue”: BJP MP, Who Heads Parliament Panel, On Hathras

The responsible must be hanged, BJP MP Kirit Solanki mentioned

New Delhi:

The Uttar Pradesh Police wanted to be “more sensitive and responsible” as their actions triggered anger amongst folks following the cremation of the Hathras girl at evening, head of the parliamentary panel on the welfare of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes and BJP MP Kirit Solanki mentioned on Thursday.

Calling the Hathras case “unfortunate,” Mr Solanki mentioned he strongly condemns the incident and the responsible must be hanged if the rape cost is confirmed.

“Stringent punishment should be awarded to those who found guilty for this heinous crime. And if gang rape is proven, they should be hanged as per the law,” Mr Solanki mentioned.

“The panel will take serious cognisance of this incident and will discuss with the panel members how to take up this issue,” mentioned Mr Solanki.

A senior UP Police officer, nevertheless, mentioned the forensic report has acknowledged the 19-year-old was not raped. Mr Solanki mentioned, “As per media reports which I have seen, what police did there, like burning her body in the night, people are very dissatisfied with this. Uttar Pradesh Police should have been more sensitive and responsible.”

Mr Solanki is an MP from Ahmedabad (West) and has been elected to parliament thrice. Similar sentiments had been echoed by the ruling BJP’s one other MP Hans Raj Hans, who demanded that the Uttar Pradesh authorities of his occasion led by Yogi Adityanath ought to take strict motion towards the officers chargeable for the hasty cremation of the Hathras rape sufferer.

Some relations of the sufferer had alleged that the cremation was forcefully carried out in the dark, regardless of their objections and their requests for taking the physique residence for some rituals had been rejected.

In a letter to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Adityanath, Hans Raj Hans requested that his authorities ought to be sure that justice is supplied to the sufferer and that nobody ought to dare to commit such act sooner or later.

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