Gangrape victim’s father moves HC for CBI probe

Kolkata

The petition alleged that the content of the second FIR was doubtful. It said, had the police provided security to the family after the first gangrape incident, the consequences could have been avoided. Stating that the role of the police was doubtful, the petition demanded a CBI investigation into the case. The petition is likely to come up for hearing on Wednesday.

Family to meet Pranab today

Soon after filing a petition in the Calcutta High Court seeking a CBI probe into the alleged gangrape and murder of their 16-year-old-daughter, the victim's family left for Delhi where they will meet President Pranab Mukherjee on Tuesday. The family said that they will seek justice for their daughter. The family will also tell the President how the police forcibly took away the girl's body to cremate it. They will also complain against the alleged medical negligence in treatment of their daughter at R G Kar Medical College. They have already filed a complaint with Tallah police station regarding this.

No one should do politics on rape: Azad

Union Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad refused to be drawn into the controversy over alleged apathy of the West Bengal government towards the family of Madhyamgram rape victim. He said rape was a blemish on the country, whether it happened in Delhi, Mumbai or Bengal. "No government would want anything like that to happen at their state. They want peace to prevail. On whether the state government has taken

any action or not, I can't comment as I am not aware of it. We may be politicians but this is such an issue where we feel that no one should do politics," he said.

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