Pipili Rape Case: Dharmendra Pradhan Meets Victim’s Family; Targets Naveen Patnaik’s Govt for Injustice
Dharmendra Pradhan Meets Pipili Rape Case Victim’s Family (Photo Credits: ANI)

Bhubaneswar, January 6: Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas Dharmendra Pradhan on Sunday met the family of the Pipili rape victim at their home. During the meet, Padhan targeted Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik's government and termed it as anti-women and anti-Odisha as it did not give justice to the 2011 gang rape's victim in Odisha's Pipili. Shocking Delhi Rape Case: Neighbour Sexually Assaults Minor, Inserts Rod in Private Parts & Thrashes Her.

Pradhan met the victim's family and said, "Naveen Patnaik's government is anti-Dalit, anti-women, anti-Odisha, the family is asking for CBI inquiry and we are with this demand by the victim's family." Women & Porn Blamed For Rape! Here Are 5 Disgusting Comments From Indian Politicians Which Will Make Your Blood Boil.

Pradhan also assured the victim's family of justice. He said, "PM Modi had raised the issue for the interest of the Dalit family. The victim should get justice & the case should be reinvestigated. Her mother is demanding a CBI inquiry."

Meanwhile, earlier today, Pradeep Maharathy, Panchayati Raj Minister, resigned from the Naveen Patnaik cabinet over his controversial remarks on the acquittal of two accused in Pipili gangrape case. "I tendered my resignation on the moral ground so that my party does not get in trouble," said the six-time MLA.