manisha gangrape case Hathras gang-rape victim was cremated at midnight by the police. The family members kept pleading. They kept on begging that the daughter’s last visit be allowed to be seen for 15 minutes, but this was not accepted by the police already involved in the allegations.
Nothing can be more frightening, frightening and humorous than what happened to the Dalit daughter of Hathras. In this very difficult time, there was a need to put an ointment on the untreated wounds of the family, but the UP police acted which put salt on the wounds of the families suffering immense pain.
The police cremated the victim girl of her own free will. The family members kept pleading. They kept on begging that the daughter’s last visit be allowed to be seen for 15 minutes, but this was not accepted by the police already involved in the allegations.
After the death at Safdarjung Hospital in Delhi, the police reached Hathras with the dead body. At that time it was 12:45 pm. As soon as the ambulance arrived, people started protesting. Angry villagers lay on the road. Is the woman and the man started getting angry with everyone’s policemen?
SP-DM kept explaining to the girl’s helpless father for the last rites. The family members had only such a desire to cremate their daughter with rituals. The family wanted to take the dead body to their home, but the police did not budge with their insistence.
The girl’s mother said that we want to bid farewell to our girl child. Turmeric is to be applied. That’s when the last farewell is from the door. Nearly 200 policemen took the dead body for the last rites at 2.20 pm, rejecting the demand of the family members. Policemen cordoned off during the funeral. Did not even let anyone go to the pyre.
After about 25 minutes, the police themselves set the pyre on fire. There is a lot of anger among the villagers on this attitude of the police. However, in this case, the administration is now clarifying that the last rites of the girl have been done only with the help of family members.
What is the whole matter In the Manisha gangrape case
the village of Chandra police station in Hathras district, on the morning of September 14, a cow was involved in a gang-rape incident with a 19-year-old girl. The family alleges that around 9:30 in the morning, four bullies gang-raped and tortured the girl. 9 days after the incident, the girl came to her senses and expressed her pain with gestures.
The victim was first sent to Aligarh for treatment and when the situation deteriorated, she was sent to Safdarjung Hospital,
but alas, here too the victim could not be saved and the girl died yesterday morning. Hathras police arrest four accused and pat them on the back. The Yogi government has also announced a compensation of ten lakh rupees.read this also
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The family of the 19-year-old Dalit woman, who died in a Delhi hospital a fortnight after she was gangraped, alleged on Wednesday that the police were forcibly trying to get her body cremated in the middle of the night.
Local police officers, however, told PTI that the cremation was being carried out “as per the wishes of the family”.
The woman was raped in a village in Hathras by four men on 14 September. After her condition deteriorated, she was referred to Delhi’s Safdarjung hospital where she breathed her last on Tuesday.
As news of her death spread, protests broke out in Delhi as well as in Hathras with all sections of society, including politicians, sports and film actors and activists, expressing their anguish and demanding justice for her.
The family left from Safdarjung hospital in Delhi on Tuesday night amid heavy police deployment. The body was taken by the Uttar Pradesh Police, which reached Hathras earlier than the family members, claimed a kin of the victim.
“The police have forcibly taken the body, and my father along with them for cremation. When my father reached Hathras, he was immediately taken (to the crematorium) by the police,” a brother of the deceased woman told PTI over the phone at 1 am on Wednesday.
Another relative said that the woman’s father was accompanied by 30 to 40 people, mostly relatives, and others from their neighbourhood had gone to the crematorium near Bool Garhi village, under Chandpa police station limits, in the district in western Uttar Pradesh.
Senior police and administration officials were also present at the crematorium in the middle of the night, an official said.
“Humein ye samajh nahi aa raha kyun, kya chahiye… kaisi rajneeti kar rahe hain ye log, saare ulte seedhe bayaan de rahe hain ke ladki ka rape nahi hua hai… pata nahi kya chahiye inko (We are unable to understand, what they want… what kind of politics is this, they are giving random statements like the woman has not been raped. We don’t know what they want),” said a relative who was home with the grieving family.
“Ye sab is maamle ko thanda karne ke liye bol rahe hain… (They are doing all this to hush up the case),” he alleged.
When contacted, Hathras Superintendent of Police Vikrant Vir told PTI in a text message: “All procedures as per the wish of the family (sic).”manisha gangrape case
In a piece of shocking news, the Uttar Pradesh police have forcibly cremated 19-year-old gangrape victim’s body. Her mortal remains at around 2.45 late last night (30th September) despite the family pleading and begging the police to not perform the last rites. UP Police did not let anyone come close to the body by forming a human chain.
Times Now’s Parvina and Prashant reports from the Hathras gang-rape victim’s residence. Her body was cremated late last night by U.P police, while the administration claims all rituals were performed & family members cooperated. The family first lost their daughter when she was gang-raped and then to perform their last rites as family members were also snatched away.
Listen in to the reactions of the family members over the situation. manisha gangrape case