Bengaluru New Year's Eve mob attack, SP leader Abu Azmi blames women, short clothes

Bengaluru New Year's Eve mob attack, SP leader Abu Azmi blames women, short clothes
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03 January 2017

Three days after law breakers in Bengaluru went on an attack frenzy striking ladies who had accumulated to commend the New Year, the assaulters are without running. In any case, that is not all. Presently Samajwadi party pioneer Abu Azmi had bounced in reprimanding the casualties for the episode. 

Azmi faulted the episode for Westernization and the short garments of the ladies. "On the off chance that my sister or little girl goes out with another man to praise the New Year and her dad or spouse is not with them, do you think she will be sheltered? I don't think so," CNN-News18 cited him as saying. The SP pioneer likewise contrasted ladies and sugar and petrol and expressed that where there is sugar, there will be ants and that petrol will dependably draw in flame. 

Azmi additionally faulted the episode for westernization and the notoriety of short garments. "In present day times, bareness is viewed as elegant. It's a gigantic smear on Indian culture," he told ANI. 

The Samajwadi Party, in any case, denounced Azmi's announcement. Talking with CNN-News18, Samajwadi Party pioneer, Juhie Singh said: "It's truly heartbreaking that Azmi thinks that way. The gathering denounces it. He ought to apologize." 

Azmi's remark came after Karnataka home priest G Parmeshwara who had allegedly played down the episode expressing said that attack occurrences are regular in New Year's eve. 

Addressing ANI, Karnataka home priest, G Parmeshwara, said, "Such episodes do happen on New Year Day and on Christmas" without demonstrating any regret over the occurrence. 

Parmeshwara's announcement and the Karnataka government which is right now under the Congress' run has confronted a considerable measure of feedback from the middle and people in general alike. 

Notwithstanding, the Bharatiya Janata Party has censured the episode. As indicated by ANI, Kiren Rijiju, Minister of State (Home) said: 

Home Minister Rajnath Singh likewise conceded that securing the unobtrusiveness of ladies is a critical issue in the nation, and state governments must consider it important. 

The attack episode occurred on New Year's Eve when revelers had assembled to bring the new year MG Road and Brigade Road. As reported before, hordes of raucous men attacked ladies who had accumulated there. In spite of three days since the episode, no FIR has been recorded on the same up 'til now.

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