Interview | They got exactly what they deserve, says Nirbhaya's mother

Condemning the statement once given by Samajwadi Party Chief Mulayam Singh Yadav, She stated, “While our daughters are made vulnerable, there are some so called leaders of political parties who call it just a small mistake that boys are allowed to commit.”

Arnima Dwivedi

By Arnima Dwivedi

Published on 5 May 2017 11:23 AM GMT

Interview | They got exactly what they deserve, says Nirbhayas mother
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She still wipes her tears remembering the last words of her daughter

She still smiles, lost in the memories of her laughter

She still cleans her room in a hope that she would return home

She still calls her habitually while serving food,

Forgetting that the ‘Daughter-of-India’ would now never be seen by her mother

While the Supreme Court has finally given its verdict in the infamous Nirbhaya Gangrape Case that took place in the nation’s capital in year 2012, the rape victim’s family and whole nation have appreciated the decision stating that their daughter’s murderers got exactly what they deserve.

Nirbhaya’s mother Asha Devi, in an interview with newstrack.com, poured her heart out while stating that it is not the girls who should only behave, the boys too should be raised up with some values.

In next slide are the excerpts from the interview:

Victims are raped not once, but each day after the incident..

Nirbhaya’s Mother has raised a genuine concern about the life that a rape-victim has to lead after she meets with the heinous crime.

She said, “When this unfortunate incident of rape happens with a girl, society abandons her. She is not only raped once, but the legal proceedings and the taunts she has to face by the society rape her every day.”

Politicos give shameful statements:

Condemning the statement once given by Samajwadi Party Chief Mulayam Singh Yadav, She stated, “While our daughters are made vulnerable, there are some so called leaders of political parties who call it just a small mistake that boys are allowed to commit.”

“What has changed in last four years is only the government. The thinking has remained same,” stated the lady.

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This fight is not only for my daughter, but for the every daughter of the nation:

Asha Devi stated that the fight she has started is not only for her daughter, but for every girl of the country.

“I am fighting so that every daughter gets equal rights. The culprits should be punished, Every girl should be free. I want every girl to breathe free, go out fearlessly on streets and hang out with friends,” said Nirbhaya’s mother.

“This fight aims only one thing and that is ‘Justice’. My daughter will not wake up now, but I want that no other family should lose their child now,” stated the woman trying to hide her tears.

She also stated that while the SC has pronounced its verdict today, my fight will continue till the four convicts are hanged.

Did my child commit crime?

“Some people hold my daughter responsible for the crime that was committed against her, while they say that those who have killed her should be given a chance to improve themselves,” said Asha Devi further asking, “Was my daughter a criminal? Are only boys allowed to watch a film in cinema halls at night? Are only the males allowed to travel from bus?”

Nirbhaya’s mother has a private job and said that though her salary gets deducted for not being regular at work. She also stated that its high time we should stop holding girls responsible for the crime against the. We should stop keeping an eye on our daughters and should tell our sons to be responsible and a person of value instead.

Arnima Dwivedi

Arnima Dwivedi

A journalist, presently working as a sub-editor with newstrack.com. I love exploring new genres of humans and humanity.

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