Delhi women commission chief Swati Jaihind welcomes death penalty for child rapists
Chairperson of Delhi Fee for Girls Swati Jaihind.
- DCW chief Swati Jaihind enters ninth day of her starvation strike.
- Calls for path in all rape circumstances to be accomplished in six months.
- Writes to PM Modi to fill 66,000 vacant posts in Delhi Police.
Chairperson of Delhi Fee for Girls Swati Jaihind has welcomed the Union cupboard’s resolution to award loss of life sentence to rapists of ladies aged lower than 12.
On Saturday, Jaihind entered the ninth day of her ‘indefinite’ starvation strike that was began within the backdrop of the Kathua and Unnao rapes.
In the meantime, she has additionally written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi asking him to take stringent measures to stop rapes within the nation.
She has demanded that the Centre ought to introduce a system whereby trial of rape circumstances are accomplished inside six months and the responsible awarded loss of life penalty.
She has additionally demanded that the Centre ought to take pressing measures to fill 66,000 vacant posts within the Delhi Police in order that the crime fee within the metropolis is lowered.
Moreover this, the letter additionally calls for organising of extra quick monitor courts within the nation and fixing accountability of cops.
Jaihind additionally said that she is going to proceed her starvation strike till the Centre accepts her calls for and take concrete measures to enhance the aptitude of the police.
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