INLD MP condemns gangrape of dalit law student in Haryana
New Delhi, May 22 (PTI) An INLD member in Rajya Sabha today strongly condemned the alleged gangrape of a dalit law student in Congress-ruled Haryana and demanded strict action against the perpetrators of such crime and justice to the victim. Raising the issue during Zero Hour, Ranbir Singh Prajapati said the dalit student, pursuing BA-LLB course at Bhagat Phool Singh Mahila Vishwavidyalaya in Sonepat, was abducted near the university campus by four youth and then gangraped. "The accused threatened the girl with dire consequences the next day in the hostel while the University administration failed to take any step under the pretext of honour," he said. A police case was registered only when other students, who came to know about the incident, sat on dharna and the police arrested three of them and sent them in judicial custody. Prajapati said this was not the lone incident as earlier a student pursing MA in English Literature committed suicide in February 2011 while two other girls committed suicide in March and sought immediate action to redress the issues and provide justice to victims. Mohammed Adeeb (Ind) said great injustice was being meted out to Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College under Aligarh Muslim University which was alloted barely Rs 2.10 crore for 1200 patients in comparison to other hospitals.