Never delayed work on Nirbhaya case: KejriwalJanuary 17, 2020 13:34
Delhi CM and AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal reacts to Asha Devi's remarks that the AAP government in Delhi and the BJP played politics over the 2012 Delhi gang-rape case: "All the work that was under Delhi govt was completed by us within hours. We never delayed any work related to this case. The Delhi government has hardly has an any role in it. We want convicts to be hanged at the earliest."
Nirbhaya's mother Asha Devi on Friday accused the BJP and AAP of playing politics and alleged that the hanging of convicts of 2012 gang-rape case which was scheduled to take place on January 22, is being deliberately postponed.
"It has been 7 years and we didn't get justice. The government can't see our pain. Both parties are playing politics on the girl's death. I think the hanging is deliberately been postponed," Asha Devi told ANI when asked about the war of words between BJP and AAP in the case.
"Till now, I never talked about politics, but now I want to say that those people who held protests on streets in 2012, today the same people are only playing with my daughter's death for political gains," she said.
On Thursday, BJP alleged that the AAP government is responsible for the delay in the hanging of Nirbhaya convicts. Later, Deputy Chief Minister and senior AAP leader Manish Sisodia hit back at BJP and said 'Give us Delhi Police and law-and-order responsibility for two days and we will hang Nirbhaya convicts'.
Commenting on Sisodia's remark, Asha said: "It would be good if Sisodia had said 'give me Delhi Police, I will protect girls'."
The mother also urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to ensure that the hanging of convicts take place on January 22.
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