Rahul Gandhi to Meet Alwar Rape Victim
Congress chief Rahul Gandhi will travel to Rajasthan on Wednesday to meet the 19-year-old Dalit lady, who was purportedly assaulted in Alwar on April 26.
He will meet her before traveling to Punjab for crusading in front of the last period of the national polls on Sunday, as indicated by Congress functionaries aware of Gandhi's program.
Gandhi is visiting the lady as Rajasthan's Congress government has drawn fire over its treatment of the case. The Rajasthan police purportedly postponed the recording of a First Information Report (FIR) for the situation. An FIR was recorded simply after an indicated video of the rape started circling via web-based networking media. Five men had raped the lady in the wake of ambushing her better half. They additionally supposedly shot the rape.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi alluded to the rape at an election rally on Sunday and addressed why Bahujan Samaj Party chief Mayawati had not pulled back help from the Congress government in Rajasthan over it. Modi blamed the Rajasthan government for smothering the case until the fifth period of national surveying was over on May 6.
The Rajasthan government expelled Alwar's police administrator, Rajeev Pachar, and suspended station house officer, Sardar Singh, over the supposed inaction for the situation. The police have captured the five charged for the assault and someone else for coursing the video of the rape.
Chief minister Ashok Gehlot on Monday hit out at Modi for politicizing the case and demanded that his administration has done all that it could and won't extra any liable.
BJP's Rajya Sabha part Kirodi Lal Meena has been holding challenges and requesting a Central Bureau of Investigation test into the case. On Tuesday, his supporters fought with the police as they were attempting to a square railroad track in Dausa.
Meena was later confined for supposedly driving the agitators.