Unnao Victim: Raped Woman Burnt By Accused Rapists In India

According to government figures, police registered 33,658 cases of rape in India in 2017, an average of 92 rapes every day.

Recently, a 23 years old woman was raped but she survived while going to file a court case on those accused she was set stabbed, ablaze and murdered.

The 23-year-old indian woman was set on fire on Thursday by five people, including two who are accused of raping her.

The Unnao rape victim had suffered 90 per cent burns and was airlifted from Lucknow to the Delhi-based hospital where she died on Friday night.

The Unnao rape victim was set on fire when she was on her way to Raebareli in connection with the court case filed by her.

On Friday, Dr Shalab Kumar, Head of the Burn and Plastic Surgery Department at the Safdarjung hospital, had said, “Despite our best efforts, she did not survive.

Her condition deteriorated towards the evening. She had a cardiac arrest around 11:10 pm.

We tried to resuscitate her, but she passed away around 11:40 pm.”
The woman’s body is being taken to her village in Uttar Pradesh’s Unnao district in an ambulance.
The brother of the Unnao rape victim said his sister will get justice when all the accused go to the place “where she has gone”.

Her last words were; “Save me, I don’t want to die, I want to see them hanged or killed”.

She told me, brother please save me. I am very sad that I could not save her,” The brother told reporters on Saturday.
He said the persons involved in the incident should be either killed in an encounter or hanged.

They do not have the right to live. “We will go to Unnao from here. She has already been burnt by the accused persons and now, we will burry her,” he said.

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