‘State, Centre and LG should work together’
Condemning the “ghastly” incidents of gangrape of two minor girls, the DCW chairperson on Saturday complained of “major shortcomings in the law and order” situation in Delhi and said that the state government, Centre and the Lieutenant Governor should work together to address the same.
“I don’t get this, what is going on in Delhi, what sort of ghastly people are these? I have met the victim, the two-and-a -half-year old, at Sanjay Gandhi Memorial hospital. She has bruises all over her body, and she was left bleeding in the park.
“There are major shortcomings in the law and order situation in the national Capital. The Centre and the Delhi <g data-gr-id="18">government as well as the LG</g> should work together to find a solution to it,” said Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) chief Swati Maliwal.
“I know what is happening is not right and needs to be corrected, I will reach out wherever I can against such crimes. We do not want another Nirbhaya in Delhi,” Maliwal said.
Swati Maliwal has been known for her outright bold attitude towards <g data-gr-id="17">atrrocities</g> against women and in the past too, has done a lot of work to showcase her prowess in handling women safety.