Mysuru gang rape: What was the girl doing there at 7 o’clock? Karnataka Interior Minister Araga Jnanendra asks what the mysuru gang sexual abuse survivor was doing there, says they must not have gone to a deserted place.

Highlight:

  • He alleged that Congress is politicizing the issue
  • What happened was an inhuman incident
  • BJP backs the Minister of the Interior

Bangalore: Karnataka Interior Minister Araka Gyanendra blamed a girl for gang-raping her in Mysore. The minister asked what the girl was doing there at 7 in the afternoon. He also accused Congress of trying to politicize the issue. The minister’s controversial comment was that Congress itself was trying to violate him.

“The rape took place in Mysore. But Congress is trying to make political gains from this incident. It is an inhuman incident. The girl and her friend went to an isolated place there and they should not have gone there.” Said the minister.

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The controversial statements by the minister were met with protests by Congress. Congressional leader Brijesh Kalappa said the minister was trying to contain the incident. Earlier, Congress had said that Karnataka was becoming Uttar Pradesh under the rule of the BJP.

At the same time, BJP leader S Prakash supported the Interior Minister’s observation that Congress was politicizing the incident. The BJP has said that all rape cases are very important but should not be politicized.

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The MBA student was gang-raped while on her way to Chamundi Hills, a tourist destination in Karnataka. The girl, who was riding a bicycle with her friend, was attacked by a group of six. The gang is reported to have stopped them on the way and demanded money from them, however when they refused to pay, the gang beat the young man and tortured the young woman. The incident took place on Tuesday, but police received information about it on Wednesday.

The Karnataka Women’s Commission, which was involved in the case, had asked the police to arrest the accused immediately. Karnataka’s chief minister, Basavaraj Bommai, also ordered the police to detain the accused. The police have registered a case against six people.

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