Unnao rape case will be taken to fast-track court: Adityanath

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath today termed the death of Unnao gangrape victim “extremely sad” and conveyed his condolences to the aggrieved family.

“All the accused persons have been arrested. The case will be taken to a fast-track court, and punishment will be given,” he said in a statement issued here.

The rape victim, airlifted to the Safdarjung Hospital in Delhi after she was set ablaze allegedly by five persons, died on Friday night.

Unnao rape victim’s brother demands justice

The brother of the Unnao rape victim today said his sister will get justice when all those accused of brutalising her will go to the place “where she has gone”.

“She asked me that brother please save me. I am very sad that I could not save her,” he told reporters.

He said the persons involved in the incident should be killed either by encounter or by hanging, adding that they do not have any right to live.

“We will go to Bihar from here. She has already been burnt by the accused persons and now we will burry her,” he said.

The 23-year-old rape victim from Unnao, airlifted to Delhi and admitted to the Safdarjung Hospital here after she was set ablaze allegedly by five persons including two men accused of raping her, died on Friday night.