Gurugram rape: Rajnath Singh meets women's wing of major Opposition party

The women's wing of the opposition party in Sikkim met Rajnath Singh and asked for protection of Northeast people in Delhi after rape of woman in Gurugram.

PTI May 20, 2017 15:36:35 IST
Gurugram rape: Rajnath Singh meets women's wing of major Opposition party

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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