The case of Muzaffarpur shelter home rape and torture of 40 girls spreads all over the nation. Now it has reached the Delhi as the various opposition leaders organized a protest at Jantar Mantar on Sunday. The protest was organized mainly to lambaste the Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. The protest mainly led by Rashtriya Janata Dal, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and further supported by Congress president Rahul Gandhi. On the venue of protest, Kejriwal contrasted the two situations of Nirbhaya rape and murder case and the present Muzaffarpur incident. He said the Nirbhaya incident resulted in the pulling down of UPA regime, similarly, this incident will severely affect the Modi regime too.
While addressing the crowd, Kejriwal said that "People shielding the culprits should be punished. This is a serious issue and every responsible authority should come forward together. This is the case of 40 Nirbhayas in Bihar, the December 2016 incident shook the UPA government". Further, he said that “the issue was flagged several times by various groups and NGO's but the Bihar government dozed on and that this delay in action showed that the accused had ties with the people in power.” At the candlelight march, Rahul Gandhi said that "India stands united while BJP and RSS stand on the other side as one. You can see how the opposition stands united. I am not here just protesting against the specific case but to represent all women. But when India makes up its mind, no one stands a chance against them".
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