Priyanka Vadra gets shoved at Rahul Gandhi's midnight march

Priyanka Vadra gets shoved at Rahul Gandhi's midnight march

Gandhi's tweet came soon after PM Modi assured justice in Kathua and Unnao rape cases claiming that no criminal will be spared.

The mother of Nirbhaya, the December 16 gangrape-murder victim, has said that nothing has changed since the time her daughter's gruesome murder culminated in a national movement.

Rahul Gandhi had announced the midnight protest in a tweet on Wednesday, and although he had termed it a "silent" peaceful vigil, anti-BJP slogans could be heard by the protesters.

"Women in India are scared to step out of their homes". "Modi ji's silence is unacceptable", Rahul Gandhi said during his candlelight protest at the India Gate in New Delhi last night.

However, it seems Rahul was not too happy with what Modi said on crimes against women/girls.

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Speaking on the issue, Gandhi said: "This is a matter about the safety of women in this country". Priyanka's husband Robert Vadra and her children (son and daughter) were also present along with many other Congress leaders, party workers and others. "We all will have to work together to end this internal evil", he said at an event to inaugurate the B.R. Ambedkar memorial in Delhi. What happened at #Kathua is a crime against humanity. It can not go unpunished.

Earlier on April 8, a woman and her family tried to commit suicide outside Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath's residence in Lucknow in Uttar Pradesh. An eight-year-old girl was abducted and raped over and over before being horrendously murdered by a group of men in Jammu and Kashmir's Kathua.

A Special Investigation Team, formed to probe the incident, has arrested eight people, including two Special Police Officers (SPOs) and a head constable, who was charged with destroying evidence. The Congress also slammed the government over talks of amending the POCSO Act, calling it "belated lip-service and hypocritical damage control action".

A war of words broke out between the Congress and the BJP over the gang-rapes in Kathua and Unnao.

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