Unnao Rape Victim’s Sister Demands Government Job, Wants CM Yogi Adityanath to Visit Family and Give Immediate Decision
Unnao Case (Photo Credits: IANS)

Lucknow, December 8: A day after the Unnao rape survivor died at Delhi's Safdarjung hospital, her sister has demanded that Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister should visit the family and give them an immediate decision in connection with the matter. According to a tweet by ANI, the victim's sister has also demand that she should be given a government job. Moreover, on Sunday morning, the victim's father said that he wanted the Chief Minister to meet them before he begins the burial procedure. Adityanath has already announced a compensation of Rs 25 lakhs and a house under the Prime Minister Awas Yojna for the family.

The burial of the Unnao rape survivor, who died on Friday night, after being set ablaze by her accused, will take place on Sunday in Unnao. The mortal remains of the 23-year-old girl were brought to her village Hindupur on Saturday night. Reports inform that two state Ministers will be present at the burial and

additional forces from four adjoining districts have been deployed in the village. Unnao Rape Survivor Death: Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath Expresses Grief, Orders Fast Track Trial.

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According to reports, the girl was set on fire by two of the rape accused, out on bail, along with their three associates. The two rape accused were released on bail just a day ago. The father of Unnao rape victim demanded a Hyderabad-like encounter for the accused. While speaking to media, the deceased's father said, "I have only one demand... my daughter should get justice." The Police have arrested five persons in connection with the case.  Earlier this week, the police had arrested three persons, namely, Hari Shankar Dwiwedi, Shubham Dwiwedi and Shivam Dwiwedi, while the rest two were absconding. "Save me, I don't want to die, I want to see them hang to death". These are the last words of the 23-year-old rape victim from Uttar Pradesh's Unnao district to her family members and doctors before she died.

In the wake of the tragic incident, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Saturday expressed grief over the death of the Unnao rape victim. Adityanath said that the government will try to punish the accused as soon as possible by taking the matter to a fast track court.

Unnao has been at the centre of nationwide outrage after a rape victim was allegedly set on fire last week on Thursday. According to reports, five men  allegedly threw kerosene on the woman and set her ablaze when she was on her way to a local court for the hearing of a rape case she had filed. Reports inform that she had filed a rape case in March this year, which is under trial at a local court in Uttar Pradesh's Unnao. Soon after the gory incident, the woman was brought to Lucknow for treatment with over 90 percent burns and was then airlifted to Delhi for advanced treatment. However, on Friday night, she succumbed to the injuries.