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Protests in Hyderabad over rape of student
20-year-old was allegedly drugged and tortured for 17 months by college canteen owner
Satya Prakash should be hanged on the Street in front of everybody so that nobody dares to do such crime in future.
MM, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Satya Prakash Singh Must be tortured to death as he has tortured the poor girl for 17 months. the people who supported him, the police personal including his family must be jailed for life. To be an example and to act as a deteerent for future rapists. The campaign of the organizations and the individuals who are supporting the girl must not end untill she gets justice and untill the rapist is put to death. God willing I shall also continue my internet campaing to support the girl. Satya prakash singh the people of Hyderabad will not leave you.
ayaan ruler, diera ,dubai, United Arab Emirates
i personally feel very depress and sad, after reading her letter to police, mentioning crime detail by culprit satya prakash and his associate family member and college principal. Not only this 3 police men taken bribe, and granted him permission for his wrong doing instead of proceeding for legal action against him. Police must be at least secular in a secular country to protect the people from ongoing crimes against women. below is the complain letter to police.
ibrahim, dubai, United Arab Emirates
these type of people shud be hanged till death on the street in front of everbody and with him everybody shud be hanged who is envolved in this case with him !!
ayaan ruler, dubai,diera, India
This type of culprit should be hanged til death. My request to the Indian government, please give justice to the victims.
siraj, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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