Members of the Indian Youth Congress and NSUI took out a march on Saturday to protest against the growing crimes against women in the country. Youth Congress members marched peacefully in Lutyens Delhi carrying candles and placards. National media in-charge Amrish Ranjan Pandey accused the government of stopping crimes against women in the country.
There is no action Hakpande said, “We are saddened by the increasing crimes against women in the country. Crimes against women have increased significantly in the last five to six years. The government is doing nothing for it. Now the time has come that we will have to protect our society ourselves. ”He said that the recent case of 27-year-old vet of Hyderabad being burnt to death after mass rape of a veterinarian led to the issue of women safety in the country. Has again caught the attention of the people.
The central government has "failed" to protect women. NSUI members marched from Patel Chowk metro station to the Parliament Street police station. They burnt the effigy of the Telangana government outside the police station demanding justice for the vet The NSUI associated with the Congress also protested the detention of Anu Dubey, who was protesting in front of Parliament against the incident to demand justice. Did it Members demanded that the accused be punished immediately.