SC Issues Notice To Azam Khan & UP Govt. for Insulting Modesty of Bulandshahr Gang Rape Victim

The HonourableSupreme Court on Monday has issued notice to the Uttar Pradesh government and its shameless Minister Azam Khan for insulting modesty of the Bulandshahr mother and daughter who were the victim of gang-rape last month. The entire nation including the honourable Supreme Court has made Mr Khan questionable and distrustful for his illicit freedom of speech for citing the heinous crime as a “Political Conspiracy.”

Azam Khan, the minister of Akhilesh Government has raised social as well as communal controversy by publicly insulting the modesty of two women victims who were gang-raped brutally at gunpoint last month on the night of July 29 when a group of highway robbers stopped the car and sexually assaulted the woman and her daughter after dragging them out of the vehicle.It”™s so sad that the mother and daughter were raped hardly 100 meters away from the police post with a loot of Rs. 36,000 and some jewellery from the victims.

The plea by the husband of the victim-mother said, “Azam Khan called a press conference and publicly insulted petitioner by terming the entire incident a political conspiracy only and nothing else and thereby caused various acts and deeds being substantially outrageous to the modesty of the petitioner.”

The plea has raised voice, “Azam Khan’s statement “substantially outrages” the “modesty” of the victims and their family demanding “appropriate damages” for the victims besides a direction that the State and others, including the DGP, be stopped from infringing on the fundamental right to life of the victims. “Direct the respondents [State Home Secretary, Mr. Khan, DGP and SSP of Bulandshahr) to pay the appropriate damages to the petitioner as per law.”

The court has asked numerous constitutional questions that whether a person, holding public office, is liable to deliver a statement that may create “distrust” in the minds of the Bulandshahr rape-victims about a fair probe in the case and whether such an offensive statement against sexually assaulted women can be a part of freedom of speech and expression.

Or is it a shameless satirical mockery to the woman society as a whole, especially to the Hindu women by a Muslim politician, Azam Khan?

A bench of Supreme Court, comprising justices DipakMisra and C. Nagappan have reacted for the controversial statement of Mr.Khan that the incident was a “political conspiracy” that has already sought registration of an FIR against him. The jurist and senior lawyer F.S. Narimanis appointed by the honourable court as amicus curiae in the matter for infallible justice to put the politician-offender, Azam Khan to its hardest of law, which will now be taken up after three weeks.

“Down with Azam Khan, Down with UP government, we want justice,” now is the voice of insulted Indians.

Azad Ray