Family of Bulandshahr gang rape victims yet to get job, ex-gratia
Bulandshahr/Ghaziabad: It has been three years for the infamous "Bulandshahr Gangrape Case" where a woman and her teenaged daughter were brutally gang raped for nearly three hours by a group of robbers who waylaid them at the village along the NH-91 highway when the family was heading to their native place in Shahjahanpur from Noida in a car.
The brutal gang rape incident not only jolted the nation but kept on haunting their life as the family still continue to struggle not only to overcome the nightmare but also to get what they were promised by the government. The family was promised job, house, Nirbhaya Fund and support in education of the girl but none of them turned for them as their life still continued to miserable.
The family is forced to live in a shabby rented house in Ghaziabad while the victim girl has also been denied admission at the school.
"Several senior leaders including Noida's MP Dr Mahesh Sharma, former MLA of Noida Vimla Batham and other senior political leaders visited my palace and assured us all the helps. I also met Yogi Adityanath and reminded him of all the promises made by former government under the leadership of chief minister Akhilesh Yadav. Yogi ji also assured us that all promises will be completed soon but nothing such happened," victim's father said. He further said that the government has allotted them a house in Awas Vikas under the scheme of Kanshiram Yojna but the authorities demanded hefty amount money for the connection of water and electricity. Also, the condition of the flat is very poor," he added.
Victim's father further said that the district administration of Noida has provided admission to the girl at a school in sector 62 but in 2019, the school stopped the entry of my girl due to unknown reason.
However, he denied to name the school. Meanwhile, Ajay Shankar Pandey, District Magistrate of Ghaziabad assured that he will meet the family soon to check their issues and will send a report to the government to make their demands fulfilled.