Delhi gangrape: We have been failed by govt’s hollow promises, says Nirbhaya’s mother

The government and the system of the country have failed us, the mother of the 23-year-old medical student, who was raped and tortured on a moving bus in Delhi on December 16, 2012, has said.

The government and system of the country have failed us, mother of the 23-year-old medical student, who was raped and tortured on a moving bus in Delhi on December 16, 2012, has said. Victim Jyoti Singh Pandey and her male friend had boarded a bus from Munirka for Dwarka on the night of December 16, 2012. They were attacked by six people, one of them a minor, on the bus.

The juvenile convict is set to walk free from the rehabilitation home today. The Delhi Commission for Women filed a plea in the Supreme Court late on Saturday night challenging the Delhi High Court’s order which refused to stay the release of convict. But for Jyoti Singh’s mother the woman panel’s move is too little and too late.

“Both the Centre and the Delhi government have failed us. What lesson has the administration learnt in the past three years since that incident. Today, when I was forced to protest on streets of Delhi … then the Supreme Court is being approached. Why was this done before,” Jyoti’s mother Asha Devi told India Today TV.

“Everyone except the administration, the system of this country felt the pain that my daughter went through. The juvenile accused my daughter saying ‘Didi ye bus Dwarka jayegi, aa jao’. But what should I tell the administration. Leaders come to seek votes and claim they will fight for women safety. But look what have they done. Nothing. Everyone is trying to save the convict,” Asha Devi said.

“We have been failed by the system,” she said.

Source : India Today

Nirbhaya Rape Case Juvenile Convict to get Rs. 10,000 from AAP Govt.

New Delhi : The juvenile convict in the infamous Delhi gangrape case of Nirbhaya on Dec 16, 2012 is all set to walk free by Sunday, Dec 20. According to news reports, the juvenile, who was said to be the most brutal among all rapists, may start his new life as a tailor.

 
Delhi government’s department of Women and Child Development (WCD), is planning to give him one-time financial grant of Rs 10,000 and a sewing machine so that he can so that he can rent a tailoring shop.

If Delhi High Court intervenes, then his release may face a red signal. Nirbhaya’s parents have expressed their opposition on juvenile’s release. BJP leader Subrmanian Swamy has even filed a PIL seeking stay on the juvenile’s release and reserved its verdict on it.
 
According to intelligence bureau assessment, there were reports that the 20-year-old juvenile was radicalised during his stay in the juvenile rehabilitation centre. Under the Justice Juvenile Act, the maximum punishment that is given is three years and the juvenile in this case, has served his sentence

Juvenile’s financial family background is said to be under acute poverty. His father is mentally-disturbed and his mother is in the state of shock, ever-since he committed the dastradly act.
 
On the ill-fated night of Dec 16, 2012, a 23-year-old paramedical student was brutally gangraped by 6 people inside a moving bus when she was returning home, along with a male friend, after watching a late night movie show in Munirka.

Source :  One India

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