Our daughter’s rapists still alive: Nirbhaya’s mother after Hyderabad encounter

Kashmir Times. Dated: 12/7/2019 11:59:32 AM

NEW DELHI, Dec 6 (Agencies): Parents of 'Nirbhaya' on Friday hailed the Telangana Police after four accused in the gang-rape and murder of a government veterinarian were killed in an encounter in Hyderabad. Talking to ANI, Nirbhaya’s mother Asha Devi said, “I would like to thank the police. I am very happy with the kind of punishment they have got. The police have set an example. The police have done a very good job.''
She added, ''There should be no action against the police. Criminals need to be scared of the police. We need this kind of punishment for criminals these days.”
Asha Devi also narrated her ordeal while appealing to the government to hang the accused in the rape of her daughter Nirbhaya at the earliest. She said, “I have been running from pillar to post for the last 7 years. I appeal to the justice system of this country and the government, that Nirbhaya’s culprits must be hanged to death, at the earliest.”
“Something has changed today with the action by the Telangana Police. I am very happy,” she added.
Meanwhile, the family of the veterinarian too hailed the Telangana Police after the news of the encounter broke out. Expressing gratitude to the Telangana Police, the victim's father said that his daughter`s soul must be at peace now.
"It has been 10 days to the day my daughter died. I express my gratitude towards the police and government for this. My daughter`s soul must be at peace now," he said. "I am not going to get back my daughter but this will definitely send a strong message. This will instil fear and criminals will not dare to do what my daughter had to go through," said he added.
The late doctor's sister said, ''I want to thank the Telangana Police, Telangana government and the media for their support to us.''



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