Unnao victim's family agrees for burial, performs her last rites


Unnao (UP), Dec 8 (IANS): After lengthy discussions with the Lucknow Divisional Commissioner Mukesh Meshram and other senior police officials, the family members of the Unnao rape-murder victim finally agreed to bury her body.

The mortal remains of the Unnao rape and murder victim were buried on the outskirts of Hindupur village on Sunday afternoon in the presence of thousands of mourners.

The victim was buried in a grave next to that of her grandparents.

The family had agreed for the burial after an assurance from senior police officials that their demands would be met.

The victim's sister has demanded a government job for one member of the family, apart from the compensation of Rs 25 lakhs given to the family and an assurance of a house under the Prime Minister Awas Yojna.

The victim had passed away on Friday night after suffering 90 per cent burns.

She was set ablaze by five men on Thursday while she was on her way to Rae Bareli for a hearing of the rape case she had filed against the same men.

  

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  • Alwin, Mangalore

    Sun, Dec 8 2019

    Let not bury the actions to be taken to bury with victim.her soul can restin peace only severe action is is take place to the culprit d and her desire will be full filled. Please don't close things with emotions.

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  • prem, moodbidri

    Sun, Dec 8 2019

    Yogi should have resigned by now out of shame!

    is MonkeyBathwaala Pradhan Sevak is in the country or still flying???

    DisAgree [5] Agree [22] Reply Report Abuse


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