Newly appointed Andhra Pradesh House Minister Taneti Vanitha has courted controversy for her feedback on current incidents of rape within the state. She mentioned the Might 1 gang rape of a 25-year-old pregnant lady at Repalle railway station had not been supposed however occurred in sudden circumstances. Earlier, she had mentioned a mom is accountable for a kid’s security within the context of a sexual assault on a minor in Vizag.
She has blamed “psychological state of affairs” and poverty for incidents of rape and even claimed the accused did not intend to rape. It occurred in an “sudden method” as the lads had been drunk and had attacked with the intention to rob the husband of the survivor, however she had intervened after which the rape occurred ‘unexpectedly’, ‘this stuff occur’, she had mentioned.
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“The girl tried to cease the assault on the husband, then some issues occurred in an sudden method,” she mentioned, including that sufficient railway police pressure not being accessible couldn’t be blamed. She mentioned extra CCTV cameras could be put in at railway stations.
The opposition Telugu Desam Celebration has slammed the House Minister, calling her statements irresponsible.
There have been two incidents of rapes at Andhra Pradesh railway stations in two weeks.
A lady from Maharashtra was raped on the Gurazala railway station on April 16, two accused had been arrested.