- Urges discussion in Lok Sabha and action against barbarians
Hyderabad: Telangana Member of Parliament, A Revanth Reddy, has moved an adjournment motion in Lok Sabha seeking discussion on the heinous crimes on women in different parts of the country, which he said ‘raised straight forward questions on the safety of women in the country’.
The recent gang-rapes and murders of women in Hyderabad, Jharkhand and Tamil Nadu, where women were subject to unimaginable brutality, expose the lack of security for women, he said.
The cases relate to the 26-year-old veterinary doctor in Hyderabad, a 25-year-old law student in Jharkhand and a student in Coimbatore.
The adjournment motion read – ” Sir, I hereby give notice of my intention to ask for leave to move a motion for the adjournment of the business of the House for the purpose of discussing a definite matter of urgent importance, namely – Even after seven years of Nirbhaya case and change in law these past five days saw some of the gruesome incidents against women in the country. I request the Hon’ble Speaker to pass adjournment motion to discuss the law and order situation throughout the country and on crime against women in the light of below mentioned incidents.
· A veterinary doctor from Shamshabad in Hyderabad was found dead with her body partially burnt under Chatanpalli bridge in Shadnagar on Thursday morning before being gang-raped by four men.
· On November 26, a 25-year-old law student was abducted on gun point, gang-raped by 12 men in Jharkhand.
· On November 26, a student was allegedly gang-raped by 6 people and the crime was also video-graphed by the accused at Coimbatore.”
From the time, the gut-wrenching incidents have been reported people have been intensely protesting in different parts of the country and demanding that the rapists be hanged to death immediately.