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Rajasthan Mourn On Delhi Gang Rape Victim Death

by RajasthanDirect
Dec 31, 2012

Inspite of the death of Delhi gang rape victim, people from all walks of life continued to condole her death. People are doing everything, some organizing a ‘Sadbudhi Yagna’ to painting in her memory. Some shattered by the victim’s death postponed to go for movie shows, while others were seen cancelling birthday celebrations of their relatives and friends. People, instead of holding placards and shouting slogans, were seen hanging around Statue Circle quietly.

A section of protesters were so moved by the tragedy that they pledged not to keep quiet if they every see any girl or a woman in trouble in future.

Gaurav and Anisha Hajela chose not to celebrate their marriage anniversary on Sunday. They preferred to light candles at Statue Circle for the departed soul.

Some children painted to showcase how a female becomes helpless at times. As a positive thought others painted persons being caught while eve teasing a girl at public places.

A group of pundits were seen organizing a yagna near Statue Circle. “We have pledged to respect and help women throughout our life. We are also praying to god to give wisdom to the government, police, judiciary and others who should do their bid to ensure safety of women in this country,” said Pt Brij Lal Sharma who participated in the yagna.

A group of students in Kota wore black bands as a protest against the Delhi government’s failure to give a safe environment to the girl students living in Delhi for studies. Similar peaceful protests were reported from Jodhpur, Alwar, Ajmer, Jaisalmer and other parts of the state where protesters remembered the 23-year-old victim.

src: TOI

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