More people are gathered together to celebrate the fact that police in India have killed four men suspected of killing and rape.
the Four men who were suspected of raping and killing a 27-year-old veterinarian, is Friday had been shot and killed by police in India.
this was stated by The indian police.
The four men had been in police custody for a week. They were shot early Friday morning in connection with a reconstruction.
During the reconstruction tried the men supposedly to escape from the police.
They were killed in the crossfire. They tried to wrest weapons from the guards, but was shot and killed, said deputy police commissioner Prakash Reddy.
the Men were suspected of raping and killing a woman, before they allegedly burned her body. They must have punctured her scooter and then have tricked her with a promise to repair it.
the Case has led to big demonstrations in different places in India.
the News of the killing of the four led Friday to the cheers. Several hundred people gathered near the spot where the men were shot, to celebrate their death by firing fireworks and throwing flower petals over the police.
Also the woman's family is happy for the latest developments.
- It is ten days ago, my daughter died. I would like to express my gratitude to the police and the government.
My daughter's soul has got peace, says her father, according to the news agency ANI, writes the news agency Reuters.
Some rettighedsaktivister is, however, critical of the handling of the case. They believe that the government is trying to avoid placing responsibility.
The indian police accused often to kill the suspect in order to bypass the legal process and to cover over the failure of the investigations.
- It is totally unacceptable.
- the Police must also be held accountable. Instead of investigating and prosecuting perpetrators the state killing in order to distract the public and avoid placing a liability, says lawyer and activist Vrinda Grover.
Rape and sexual violence against women has been particularly in focus in India since 2012. Here was a 23-year-old woman on the morning of gang-raped in a bus in the indian capital, New Delhi. The woman died subsequently of his injuries.
In 2017, police recorded 33.658 rape cases in India, writes the BBC.
/ritzau/AFPUpdated Date: 06 December 2019, 09:00