Rapes in India: Rahul Gandhi leads midnight march in Delhi demanding justice in Kathua, Unnao cases

Like millions of Indians my heart hurts tonight. India simply cannot continue to treat its women the way it does, he tweeted.

Rahul Gandhi reaches for the candlelight march at India Gate against Kathua and Unnao cases.


New Delhi: Congress president Rahul Gandhi lead a midnight candlelight vigil at India Gate in New Delhi to demand justice for 8-year old Asifa, raped and murdered in Jammu and Kashmir, and another teenage rape victim in Unnao, Uttar Pradesh.

Along with senior party leaders like Ghulam Nabi Azad, his mother Sonia Gandhi and sister Priyanka Vadra have also took part in the candlelight vigil.

 

 

 

Earlier, Rahul Gandhi had called people to join him in a silent, peaceful march to protest against the violence and demand justice in the cases that shook the nation, in a tweet. 

Like millions of Indians my heart hurts tonight. India simply cannot continue to treat its women the way it does, he tweeted.

 

 

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