Gangtok: Nari Morcha leaders of the Sikkim Krantikari Morcha represented by Kala Rai, Mingma Tamang and Junu Chettri, met the Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday and submitted a memorandum seeking justice in the alleged rape of a Sikkim woman in Gurugram.
The 22-year old woman from Sikkim, mother of a six-year-old child, had alleged that she was forcefully dragged into a car and raped by three men in the moving vehicle for nearly three hours and then thrown on the road.
The leaders also highlighted the suspicious death of a Darjeeling girl, Teresa Rai, in Delhi.
They raised the issues concerning repeated instances of violence against women from the North East in the national capital.
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Updated Date: May 20, 2017 15:37:30 IST