Saturday, 5 January 2013
Interview of the boy friend of gang rape victim
GOVERNMENT SHOULD PUNISH GUILTY PERSONNEL OF DELHI POLICE AND SAFDARJUNG HOSPITAL IMMEDIATELY – VIJENDER GUPTA
Terming the behaviour of Delhi Police and Safdarjung Hospital as shocking and unfortunate as revealed in an interview by the boy friend of the gang rape victim to the Zee News, BJP Delhi Pradesh President Shri Vijender Gupta has demanded the Government that a high level enquiry should be ordered into this gross negligence and insensitivity and sternly punish the guilty persons.
Shri Gupta told that the statement of the boy friend on 4th January is very shocking. He was the eye witness of the entire incident from the beginning to the end. The persons who committed the crime of gang rape also behaved like beast with the boy. When they were thrown out of the bus in naked condition, they continued to cry for help for half an hour. Three PCR vans arrived there but in place of taking them immediately to the hospital, they argued for 30 minutes among themselves about the jurisdiction under whom the case comes. This way, the victim girl continued to bleed and her condition became serious. The boy, whose leg was broken, put the victim girl in the PCR van without any help. The police took them to Safdarjung Hospital after wasting hours on road. Both the persons were lying naked in the Hospital. They were not given sheets to cover their bodies. This shows the heartlessness and inhuman attitude of the Hospitals of Delhi. Government will have to own responsible for it.
Shri Gupta further told that when the brave boy decided to come out and speak, the Government sends a legal notice to the channel which aired his views. Are we living in a state of emergency? In this whole episode the role and intention of the Government and the Police has come under serious scrutiny. Their incompetence and apathy clearly shows. The hospital too exhibited reckless judgement and a careless attitude in dealing with the victims. BJP demands strict action against the police and hospital administration after a high level inquiry against the negligence of these two institutions.