Nation Protest for the Safety of Women following Hyderabad Veterinary Woman Case

In the wake of Hyderabad veterinary doctor rape, and murder case protestors all over nation demanded strict rules against the rapist in India

HYDERABAD| On Saturday hours after the 26-year-old veterinarian doctor was found murdered under Cyberabad police region, anger spread like a wildfire across the nation. In support of the victim, the whole Nation stood up and protested for the justice of the victim. The victim’s relatives and neighbours have demanded that the government should hang the accused.

Several women’s rights organisations carried out a candlelight procession at Shadnagar. “Don’t allow the accused to be taken to court. They should be hanged for their offence,” they demanded.

The gangrape and murder of the 26 year old doctor revived the memories of Nirbhaya case which shook the whole nation raising the same question on the safety of the women in India. Many protestors raised the question on the women safety and demanded death penalty for the criminals. Protestors walked to the Shadnagar police station where the veterinary doctor’s rape and murder case is lodged.

The crime drew the attention of the nation, as people from several states expressed their outrage over the incident. Meanwhile, an audio clip of a conversation between the victim and her sister recorded minutes before the crime has gone viral.

The case shook the national capital as well. In Delhi, a girl sat outside the parliament in protest. Later she was overpowered by police and hurt. The echoes were heard in the JNU campus as well where students protested for the justice of the doctor.

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Netizens took to Twitter to express their rage. The two top trending hashtags on Twitter with hundreds of tweets people called for capital punishment for the accused. A few of them even recalled the Nirbhaya case and questioned the status of the case after several years.

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