“We hear that such incidents happen in Pakistan where Hindu girls are kidnapped, raped and murdered. What happened in Hathras was no different. So far no one has called Hathras a Pakistan,” he mentioned.
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Mumbai: Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut Sunday likened the Hathras incident in Uttar Pradesh, whereby a 19-year-old girl was allegedly gang-raped and killed, to atrocities being dedicated towards Hindu ladies in Pakistan. In a write-up in the social gathering mouthpiece Saamana’, Raut additionally took a veiled jibe at actress Kangana Ranaut over her Mumbai-Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) comment questioning why no person has known as Hathras a Pakistan but. The Hathras sufferer was not a celeb and she or he was not on medicine. She didn’t have any unlawful building (constructed by) spending crores of rupees. She was a easy woman whose useless physique was illegally burnt in the useless of the night time. All this occurred in Yogi’s (Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath’s) Ramrajya’ (idea of best rule).
We hear that such incidents occur in Pakistan the place Hindu ladies are kidnapped, raped and murdered. What occurred in Hathras was no totally different. So far nobody has known as Hathras a Pakistan,” he said in his weekly column Rokhthok’. Raut said that identity of a rape victim should never be revealed, but a photograph of the Hathras victim in a hospital was circulated. Those who supported Kangana Ranaut’s baseless comments against Mumbai and Maharashtra and demanded justice for her when her illegal construction was pulled down (by the Mumbai civic body last month), are now silent and have become invisible when it comes to demanding justice for the Hathras victim, he wrote.
He questioned the silence of National Commission for Women’s chairperson Rekha Sharma, who had filed a case towards Sena MLA Pratap Sarnaik for his remarks towards Ranaut, in the Hathras case. Has justice eluded the Hathras sufferer as a result of she was a Dalit?” Raut asked. He also criticised Union minister and Dalit leader Ramdas Athawale for keeping mum on the case.
“The Dalit motion and Ambedkar ideas have been destroyed,” he mentioned. Raut mentioned 12,257 incidents of gang-rape have taken reported in Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Haryana and Madhya Pradesh from 2014 to 2019, however justice is given contemplating caste, faith and political affiliations.
If a Hathras-like incident had taken place in Maharashtra, calls for would have been raised for dismissal of the state authorities and for imposition of President’s rule, he added.