AIDWA for open trial of rapists, submits memo to Prime Minister

 Our Correspondent

Silchar, April 23: All India Democratic Women’s Association (AIDWA), Cachar-Hailakandi district committee, has raised its voice at a protest demonstration in front of the statue of Khudiram Bose at Club road of Silchar on Monday to register their strong resentment towards the recent heinous crimes committed against women on different parts of the country. The members of the association also submitted a memorandum, addressed to the Prime Minister of India and to the Deputy Commissioner of Cachar. It has been stated in the memorandum that along with the entire nation, the association too condemns the hideous acts of the rapists, murders and perpetrators. They have demanded open trail of all the accused and their accomplices as per the Indian Penal Code leading to extreme and severe punishment and guarantee zero tolerance of the dark forces of the political society.
AIDWA has appealed for the immediate recovery of Neha Bagdi, a girl belonging to the marginalized tea garden community of Cachar who has been missing since last year. It has been mentioned in the memorandum that the Prime Minister should try to restore the value systems of the civilized world and also convert his slogan – ‘Beti Bachao’ into a recognizable truth. The memorandum has been signed by Ratna Deb, secretary of the district committee of the association.