28 C
Panjim
Monday, April 12, 2021

Congress Condemns the Gang-Rape incident at Hathras, demands Yogi Adityanath should resign.





Must read

Fatorda Forward will bring excellence, innovation and character – Vijai

  Goa Forward Party President Vijai Sardesai, during his door-to-door campaigns across Fatorda for the Margao Municipal Council elections, said, “the GFP supported Fatorda Forward...

Digambar Kamat remembers staunch congressman Shantaram Naik on his 75th Birth Anniversary

Margao - The contribution of former Goa Pradesh Congress Committee President & Member of Pariliament Adv. Shantaram Naik to Goa and Congress Party is...

Congress to remember its former Goa chief Shantaram Naik on his birth anniversary on Monday

Margao: Congress party will fondly rememeber its former State unit Chief and ex-MP Shantaram Naik on his birth anniversary on Monday, April 12. Goa Pradesh...

COVID-19: 525 new cases, two deaths

Panaji: Goa's coronavirus caseload went up by 525  and reached 62,304 on Sunday, a health department official said. The death toll mounted to  848 as two...
- Advertisement -

Panaji :  In View of the Gangrape that took place in Uttar Pradesh that led to the death of a  19 year old girl, the Congress party in Goa on Thursdsay addressed press conference condemning the issue demanding resignation of Yogi Adityanath.

Senior Congressman Shambhu Bhau Bandekar, Vithu Morajkar (Spokesperson), Pratibha Borkar and Royola Fernandes chaired the conference.

“Since 2019 the crimes against women in India have increased in India by 7 per cent,” said Bandekar. Blaming the state and central government for the current state of affairs he said U.P. Should adopt the model state by Chatrapati Shivaji  who had utmost respect for women and was a pioneer in protecting their rights. The government is not doing enough to curb the violence against women in India, “The accused pesons in the crime not only gang-raped her but also cut her tongue and broke her spine, this is a devastating incident which tells us the state of law and order in  Uttar Pradesh” added Bandekar.

The police have delayed registering the crime of Gang-rape. Moreover the dead body of the 19 year old girl should have been handed over to the parents but the police refused to do so and burnt her body at 2:30AM on their own, thus destroying evidence.

Pratibha Boarkar questioned “Is this the Ram-Rajya promised by the Govt, where the Sitas of the country are not safe?”, “BJP Mahila Leaders who were outspoken during Nirbhaya rape incident  should come out to speak against the heinous crime that has taken place in U.P.”

Vithu Morajkar, GPCC spokesperson opined that even Ravan had his limitations however U.P has become worse than Ravan’s Lanka. Also present for the meeting Royola who believed the implementation of law is ignored by the central and state government said The Gang-rape at U.P. brings to the notice of people how Women and child development authorities have failed.

- Advertisement -

More articles

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Latest article

Fatorda Forward will bring excellence, innovation and character – Vijai

  Goa Forward Party President Vijai Sardesai, during his door-to-door campaigns across Fatorda for the Margao Municipal Council elections, said, “the GFP supported Fatorda Forward...

Digambar Kamat remembers staunch congressman Shantaram Naik on his 75th Birth Anniversary

Margao - The contribution of former Goa Pradesh Congress Committee President & Member of Pariliament Adv. Shantaram Naik to Goa and Congress Party is...

Congress to remember its former Goa chief Shantaram Naik on his birth anniversary on Monday

Margao: Congress party will fondly rememeber its former State unit Chief and ex-MP Shantaram Naik on his birth anniversary on Monday, April 12. Goa Pradesh...

COVID-19: 525 new cases, two deaths

Panaji: Goa's coronavirus caseload went up by 525  and reached 62,304 on Sunday, a health department official said. The death toll mounted to  848 as two...

More than 8,000 people got vaccinated on first day of Tika Utsav in Goa

Panaji: Tika Utsav'- that marks the beginning of the second big war on COVID-19 as said by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in Goa...