Haryana Congress demanded that the perpetrators of the "Nirbhaya-type" gangrape and murder of a 23-year-old Dalit woman in Rohtak must be hanged.
Taking suo motu cognisance of a brutal gangrape in Haryana — reminiscent of the 2012 gangrape case in Delhi, the National Commission for Women has sought a fair and speedy trial in the case, its Chairperson Lalitha Kumaramangalam said on Sunday.
Multiple head injuries inflicted by a blunt weapon were the main cause of death of the 23-year -old woman from Sonipat while sharp edged objects may have been inserted in her private parts, according to the post-mortem report.
Financial assistance of Rs 10.5 lakh was announced on Sunday for the family of a young woman who was gang-raped and killed in Haryana on 11 May.
Amid alarming rise in crimes against women in the country, a shocking case of gangrape in Rohtak emerged after a body of a woman was found.
Taking suo motu cognisance, National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has issued a notice to the Haryana government.
Three persons have been arrested in connection with a case of alleged gangrape of a 21-year-old Dalit woman, Haryana police said.
The doctor who had conducted the post mortem of the Rohtak gangrape victim said that it was the most horrific case he had seen in 30 years of his career.
The 28-years-old woman of Nepalese origin had gone missing from her house on 1 February. On 4 February, her body, with several injury marks, was found in the fields of Bahu Akbarpur village.