New Delhi: Expressing anguish over her ‘interminable sit tight for equity’, the mother of Nirbhaya, the 23-year-old physiotherapy understudy who was gangraped and killed in 2012 here, communicated trust Monday that the group of Hyderabad veterinary specialist will see the culprits getting rebuffed soon.
Reviewing her years-long battle to look for equity for her little girl, she said the fight has quite recently started for the group of Hyderabad veterinary specialist.
“They have lost their little girl and their battle for equity has quite recently started. It will continue for quite a long time. In any case, I don’t need them to continue hanging tight for equity like me and wish they get equity soon,” the mother told this office via telephone. “I have been battling for a considerable length of time however I don’t need them to experience a similar trial and expectation they get equity soon,” she included.
The roasted body of the Hyderabad lady, who was functioning as an associate veterinarian at a state-run emergency clinic, was found dumped under a duct at Shadnagar on the morning of November 28, a day after she disappeared.
Four men, all lorry laborers, matured somewhere in the range of 20 and 24, were captured November 29 on charges of assaulting and executing the lady by covering her and later consuming the body. They were sent to legal guardianship for 14 days Saturday.