Speaking in Lok Sabha during a discussion on Zero Hour, defence minister Rajnath Singh said that the Centre is ready to make the kind of law to which the entire House agrees
New Delhi: Defence minister Rajnath Singh on Monday (December 1) said that the government is prepared to enact the most robust provision in law to check incidents of heinous crimes like the Hyderabad veterinarian rape and murder case and have a discussion in Parliament on the issue of crime against women.
Speaking in Lok Sabha during a discussion on Zero Hour, Singh said that the rape and murder of the veterinarian doctor in Hyderabad had brought shame to the entire country.
"This act has brought shame to the entire country. It has hurt everyone. The accused must be given the most stringent punishment for their crime," Singh said.
"To control and eliminate such crimes against women, we are ready to make the kind of law which the entire House agrees to," he added.
A veterinarian was brutally gang-raped and killed by four persons before they burned her body in Telangana's Shamshabad last week. Cyberabad Police have arrested the accused.
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Last Updated 2, Dec 2019, 3:34 PM