SC pulls up Azam Khan for insensitive remark on Bulandshahr Gang-Rape Victims

New Delhi: On Monday, the fire brand leader of Samajwadi Party, Azam Khan was pulled by the apex court for his shameful remark on the Bulandshahr Gang-Rape.

The minister in his statement had called the heinous act as a political conspiracy against the state government ahead of the 2017 polls.

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SC has issued notices to Azam Khan and the state for making a rather objectionable and irresponsible comment. Also, the apex court pulled the UP government in the court as it said, “Statements issued by political leaders like Azam Khan create mistrust in the investigation and the entire system.”

The incident took place sometime back when a woman and her 14-year-old daughter were gang-raped. The assailants waylaid the family and then raped the two female members. Azam Khan called it a conspiracy of the opposition following which victims filed a case against the leader in SC for his insensitive remark.

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