Unnao Case: Opposition demands to airlift third girl to AIIMS, Delhi
Bhim Army chief and Azad Samaj Party national president Chandrashekhar Azad tweeted that the only witness in the Unnao case has said that better treatment and safety of the girl is most important.
New Delhi: In the Baburaha forest of the Asoha police station area of Uttar Pradesh's Unnao district, the death of two of the three teenagers has started catching fire under suspicious circumstances. From the Bhim Army to the Congress, they urged to airlift the third girl fighting for life and demanded to take her to the AIIMS in Delhi. Also, the state government targeted.
Condition critical of third girl:
Bhim Army chief and Azad Samaj Party national president Chandrashekhar Azad tweeted that the only witness in the Unnao case has said that better treatment and safety of the girl is most important. He has demanded that the girl be immediately brought by air ambulance to AIIMS Delhi.
The country has seen the work of the government in the case of criminals and protection of criminals in the Uttar Pradesh government. In another tweet, Azad wrote, 'I am shocked by Unnao incident. Atrocities on Dalits have increased in the country. This incident will not remain silent. Bhim Army workers have reached the Regency Hospital in Kanpur. The government should know that in Unnao we will not let Hathras repeat.
Congress targets BJP:
At the same time, Congress leader Udit Raj said, 'Two Dalit girls found dead in Unnao. The third is seriously injured, we urge to airlift her to AIIMS, Delhi. The Samajwadi Party also targeted the government over the incident and demanded severe punishment for the culprits.
A heart-breaking incident has come to light in the Asoha police station area of Unnao. Here, in the Majre Baburaha of Gram Panchayat Pathakpur under Asoha police station area, around 3:00 pm, around 3:00, the teenager went to the farm near Baburaha Nala to get green fodder for the cattle. When she did not return home till late evening, the family went out to find the girls. According to family members, the three girls found in a moribund condition tied with clothes.