Unnao case Live Updates: Victim's body arrives at village

Unnao case Live Updates: Victim

A 23-year-old UP woman succumbed to death after she was set ablaze by the same rapists who raped her in 2018. The accused were granted bail when the...

A 23-year-old UP woman succumbed to death after she was set ablaze by the same rapists who raped her in 2018. The accused were granted bail when the victim approached the court in March this year. The survivor was attacked while she was on her way to Rae Bareli to attend a court hearing for the same rape case that she was fighting. The victim died on the night of Friday, since her body suffered 90% burns. The country has been seeing a range of hopeless and angry reactions yet again from common folk and the politicians. The police have sought a death sentence for the accused. Stay tuned as we bring you more updates in connection to the case.

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Live Updates

  • 7 Dec 2019 6:01 PM GMT

    Victim's body arrives at Unnao village

    The body of Unnao rape victim arrived at the native village of the 23-year-old victim who died at a hospital in Delhi on Friday night after she was set on fire by the accused on Thursday. 

  • 7 Dec 2019 6:00 PM GMT

    SP workers want UP govt to give Rs 50 lakh compesnation to victim's family

    The Samajwadi Party workers have demanded for Rs 50 lakh compensation for the Unnao victim's family. Earlier, the UP government had announced an ex-gratia of Rs 25 lakh for the family of the Unnao rape victim. 

  • 7 Dec 2019 1:04 PM GMT

    Delhi: People hold candle march from Raj Ghat to India Gate


  • 7 Dec 2019 12:10 PM GMT

    Unnao victim died of extensive burn injuries, says postmortem report

    The postmortem of the Unnao rape victim showed that she died of extensive burn injuries, a senior doctor at the Safdarjung hospital was quoted as saying by news agency PTI. 

  • 7 Dec 2019 12:09 PM GMT

    WATCH: NSUI members detained by police for protesting


  • 7 Dec 2019 10:43 AM GMT

    Mayawati urges SC to take cognizance of rising incidents of crime against women

    BSP chief Mayawati urged the Supreme Court to take suo moto cognizance of the growing incidents of crime against women and direct the Centre to take prompt steps for effectively checking them.

    "It is a matter of deep regret that during the past some years, especially since the BJP government has come to power, women are not safe. This is not the only incident, in UP I said it yesterday also that there is not a day when there is not an incident of rape and murder, attempt to rape or molestation," Mayawati said at a press conference in Lucknow. (PTI) 

  • 7 Dec 2019 10:42 AM GMT

    Congress workers protest in Lucknow over death of Unnao rape victim


  • 7 Dec 2019 10:40 AM GMT

    "I don't think justice can ever be or ought to be instant. And justice must never ever take the form of revenge. I believe justice loses its character of justice if it becomes a revenge," says CJI SA Bobde. Watch video:


  • 7 Dec 2019 10:38 AM GMT

    "The death of Unnao's daughter is shameful for every Indian. God give courage to the family of the victim. The whole country is standing with them in this fight. I hope that the UP government will soon complete the judicial process and hang our daughter's killers that will set an example for the whole society," Kejriwal said in a tweet in Hindi.


  • 7 Dec 2019 9:53 AM GMT

    BSP Chief Mayawati has reached Raj Bhavan in Lucknow to meet Uttar Pradesh Governor Anandiben Patel to discuss cases of crime against women.


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