New Delhi, August 6
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal visited the AIIMS on Thursday to investigate concerning the well being situation of a 12-year-old woman, who was allegedly sexually assaulted, and stated his authorities will present a monetary compensation of Rs 10 lakh to her household.
Talking to reporters, the chief minister stated the situation of the woman was severe, including that he spoke to Police Commissioner S N Srivastava, who advised him that the police try to nab the accused.
He stated the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) authorities will guarantee strict punishment for the accused by participating the very best attorneys within the case.
The woman was additionally hit with a pointy object by the accused on the face and head at her Paschim Vihar residence on Tuesday night, the police had stated.
“Doctors are doing their finest to avoid wasting her life. Her situation could be very severe. We hope that she recuperates and will get discharged from the hospital….
“The government will provide a Rs 10-lakh compensation to the girl’s family,” Kejriwal stated.
Earlier within the day, Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) Chairperson Swati Maliwal visited the woman on the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) right here and accused the police of delay in arresting the accused.
She stated the woman’s situation was severe and medical doctors weren’t positive whether or not she would survive.
“The girl has multiple head fractures and bite marks all over her body. She has been brutally assaulted to the extent that every body part has injury marks,” Maliwal stated.
Despite the brutal nature of the assault, two days have handed for the reason that incident and the police haven’t arrested the accused but, she identified.
“I am summoning the DCP. I am going to ask him about the investigation,” Maliwal stated. PTI