Abu Azmi's daughter-in-law Ayesha Takia had condemned the Samajwadi Party leader's sexist comment back in 2014 by saying she was 'ashamed' and 'embarrassed'
The Bangalore police have arrested the chairman of the school where a six-year-old was raped earlier this month, allegedly by a skating instructor.
Police had been facing mounting public anger over delay in making any arrest in the horrific incident, which had triggered protests in Bangalore.
Police had been facing mounting public anger over delay in making any arrest in the horrific incident, which had triggered protests in the city.
Venting their ire, the protestors demanded that police take action and immediately arrest those accused of rape and punish the school management for not taking prompt action.
"Authorities need to frame clear policies to prevent violence against children in schools," Tara Rao, Director of Human Rights Education at Amnesty International India, Amnesty said in a release.
Parents of students studying at Bangalore's Vibgyor High School, which is facing the brunt of public anger for its alleged inaction, were joined by a large number of people in the march which culminated near HAL Police Station.
A class one student in Vibgyor High School, Bangalore was raped on its premises, allegedly by staff members. But this is hardly new or shocking given the attitude of schools, government, and parents.