Mehbooba to ask for fast track court in Kathua rape


Bhartiya Janta Party today accepted the resignation of its two ministers Chowdary Lal Singh and Chander Prakash Ganga. "Entire nation has come with her", he said. "No pressure, no ultimatum". The state government also chose to terminate from service the policemen accused in the Kathua rape case under Section 126-C and Article 311. "Our party leaders asked us to attend the rally".

With political heavyweights exchanging slugs in the Kathua rape case, celebrities took up their end of the bargain with loud and clear messages by sharing them on their Twitter handles.

"The unflinching resolve for ensuring justice in this heinous crime will go a long way in restoring people's confidence in the institutions and reinforcing the sense of justice in J&K", she said.

He accused the Congress party of playing double standards.

"Certain amount of discretion should have been maintained". The chargesheet has been filed and around eight people have been arrested including the police officers who were involved in destroying the evidence.

On the plea for a CBI probe saying the investigations have been completed in three months and a charge sheet has been submitted in the court.

Pressure has been mounting on Mehbooba Mufti to end alliance with the BJP after two BJP leaders were accused of defending Kathua rapists. However, there was some amount of indiscretion on the part of the ministers for which they had to resign, he said.

"We will never ever let another child suffer this way".

Mehbooba also wrote to the Chief Justice of Jammu and Kashmir High Court seeking a fast track court in the case. Mehbooba Mufti also hailed the people of Jammu for out rightly rejecting communal forces and for their unwavering support for the eight-year-old.

"The directive (of Tribal Affairs Department) issued to different districts must be withdrawn". "Madhav took views of the BJP leaders of State unit on a series of issues especially Rassana incident, Rohingyas issue and Tribal Policy", sources said.