Protesters require to obtain the four men who are suspected of having raped and killed a young veterinarian.
Tensions takes in India after an alleged gang rape and murder of a 27-year-old veterinarian in the city of Hyderabad.
Thousands have demonstrated outside a police station in Hyderabad in order to obtain the four men who are suspects in the case. There have also been demonstrations in other places, and the case arouses national attention, given that in recent years has been increasingly focused on the rapes and femicide in the country.
the Woman's charred body was found Thursday in the suburb of Shadnagar, near Hyderabad in central India.
the Woman had left her home on a bicycle around at 18: 00 in order to take out for a task. She called later home to his family and said that she was punctured, and that a truck driver had offered her help. Then no one could get in touch with her again.
Her body was found the day after.
the Police says that it is difficult to find clear evidence in the case, but the authorities suspect that the woman was raped and killed.
The four men have so far imprisoned for 14 days.
the Victim's mother has demanded that the four men are being burned alive, writes the newspaper The Times of India. The mothers of two of those arrested have also required those sentenced to very harsh sentences, if they are guilty.
- you give them the appropriate sentence In the will. I also have a daughter, says one of them to the news agency, The Press Thrust of India.
On social media was the woman's name Friday the most talked about. Tens of thousands demanded the perpetrators punished, and many harcelerede on the fact that the judicial system is a strong tendency to declare the rape victims for "promiscuous".
Many have expressed outrage on Twitter under the #HangRapists (Hang the rapists).
With regard to the gruppevoldtægten and the killing of the young woman in New Delhi seven years ago, writes Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar in a tweet: We need to have a stricter legislation. This must STOP".
India's National commission for women has condemned the incident, and the head of the, Rekha Sharma, says that there is launched a relentless investigation to get the culprits punished.
/ritzau/ReutersUpdated Date: 02 December 2019, 08:00