Hathras case update: Bhim army chief over sent ‘stay at home’ notice for protest in UP

Hathras case update: Bhim army chief over sent ‘stay at home’ notice for protest in UP

The Hathras rape case has sent deep shockwaves across the nation. “The morality of these people is dead. I was detained by their police the night before and now I have been put under house arrest in Saharanpur. But we will fight.” revealed Azad.

Bhim Army chief Chandrashekhar Azad who is the Bhim Army chief, was on of the prominent people along with the kin of the 19-year-old Dalit woman who wrongfully had her life taken away after being horrifyingly gang raped from Delhi to Hathras. On Wednesday he revealed he was impeded by the Uttar Pradesh police and is now put under house arrest in Saharanpur.

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Azad took to twitter to reveal the news along with an image of the notice issued to him. “The whole world saw how our sister was cremated at night in the absence of the family and without their consent, in connivance of the government and the police. The morality of these people is dead. I was detained by their police the night before and now I have been put under house arrest in Saharanpur. But we will fight.”

“You are being informed that CrPC section 144 is imposed in the district. There are credible inputs that your tours and acts are gathering crowds, which may lead to law and order situation. Any untoward incident may happen. Hence, you are being informed that you will stay in your house only.” The order read. The order was issued by Manoj Chaudhary, in-charge of the local Fatehpur police station. “There is no time limit on the order as such,” Azad said. Azad was also threatened with legal action if he violated the order.

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Further alleged evidences on the missing of Azad.

According to the Azad Samaj Party officials, launched by the Azad himself March, Azad and its Delhi unit head Himanshu Balmiki had gone missing after 10 pm on Tuesday. As they were on their way to Hathras along with the kin of the affected family who left Delhi after their daughter succumbed to the injuries on Tuesday.

They had participated in the protests outside Safdarjung hospital where the girl was tended to on Tuesday, demanding justice for the gangrape victim and her family. “There is no clue about the location of Azad and Balmiki after they reached the Jewar toll plaza to get on the lane to Tappal, Aligarh,” the core committee member Ravindra Bhati of Azad Samaj Party expressed on Wednesday.

The Hathras rape case has sparked a nationwide outrage and has had many people question about the safety and security of women in this country. (Source: HT)

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