Delhi gang-rape protests: Government may consider death penalty in rarest of rare rape cases
Students, activists and just concerned citizens gathered at India Gate to protest the torture and gang-rape of a young woman.
New Delhi: The rage spread, rapidly and steadily, through India`s national capital on Saturday as students, activists and just concerned citizens gathered at various places to protest the torture and gang-rape of a young woman.
Some demanding capital punishment to the perpetrators of the heinous crime, some chanting slogans against government’s apathy, some protesting against Delhi police laxity, the angry protesters are demanding justice for the 23-year-old paramedical student, who was raped by a gang of six men in a moving bus in Delhi on Sunday night.
Rarely, if ever, have so many people taken to the streets in so many different places for a single cause. It seems to be an unstoppable momentum.
The Government is extremely concerned about the shocking occurrence of gang rape, which took place in Delhi on 16th December 2012, Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde said.
composed and optimistic about future, say doctors at Safdarjung Hospital. However, the chances of infection remain.