Arvind Kejriwal, the chief minister of Delhi, spoke to the mother of the Sultanpuri horror victim on Tuesday.
New Delhi: Arvind Kejriwal, the chief minister of Delhi, spoke to the mother of the Sultanpuri horror victim on Tuesday. He added that his government would provide the best possible legal assistance to the bereaved family.
According to Kejriwal, the Delhi government will give the victim’s family a compensation of Rs 10 lakh.
Kejriwal spoke to the victim’s mother and said, we will hire the most experienced lawyer to ensure that the daughter receives justice. The mother isn’t doing well these days, so we’ll get her treated. The government supports the family. “In the future, if they need assistance, we will provide it,” the chief minister tweeted.
The deceased girl, age 20, was the sole breadwinner of her family. On January 1st, she passed away after being dragged by a car for several kilometres.
Her preliminary autopsy results on Tuesday evening excluded sexual assault; the family had claimed she had also been raped, but the police claimed she died after being dragged by the car and that there had been no sexual assault.
The five suspects, who were sentenced to three days in police custody on Monday, were apparently drunk when the event occurred. The AAP accused the Delhi Police and the lieutenant governor, of Delhi, attempting to protect one of the suspects, Manoj Mittal, who is allegedly a member of the BJP.