Lok Satta

Monday, 24 December 2012 05:42

MEDIA RELEASE: DELHI GANG RAPE & POLITICAL MINDSET

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MEDIA RELEASE
(24 DECEMBER 2012, NEW DELHI)

DELHI GANG RAPE & POLITICAL MINDSET

Nation has been grappling with this severe crisis arising out of the gang rape of a girl with politicians in the ruling party trying to find a scapegoat to wiggle out of their responsibilities.

Did it take the 645th rape for the establishment to wake up?
What was the Chief Minister doing for all this time? Why did she not blame the Delhi police when the other 644 rapes were committed.

Shame to Ms. Shiela Dikshit – the Chief Minister of Delhi who is also a senior Congress leader for trying to pass the blame to CP, Delhi Police and seeking his resignation. She was seen on television channels shedding crocodile tears to get sympathy and met the Home Minister asking for the Commisioner of Police’s resignation wherein in all respects she is the one who should be asked to go for such bad and complete breakdown of law and order situation in Delhi.

This is a clear and simple ploy to divert attention like the wily Congress party did when they unleashed goons from NSUI and other anti-social elements to break the uprising of innocent boys and girls who were venting their ire at the degraded law and order situation in the capital.

This is not the time to put blame on others but a time for everyone to sit up, notice the public anger and put the system in place to ensure such events do not happen in future. Necessary regulation and law should be put in place which act as a strong deterrent to others for the future

Further we would request all youngsters to use their voting power to vote out the corrupt and ineffective Congress & BJP and install true people’s power.

Lok Satta Party demands strong and effective laws and action to curb rapes, murders, dacoities and other heinous crimes and has submitted a memorandum to the Home Minister highlighting some effective steps among others to be taken up to restore some normalcy in Delhi commented Mr. Anurag Kejriwal – State President.