Parents and brothers of the Kamduni victim met Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Saturday and demanded speedy trial in the case.
She assured us help and said the school which was under construction will soon be functional and an auto rickshaw service from Rajarhat to Kamduni will begin as well, the victims brother said.
The CM assured that 200 families of the village will be provided rice at Rs 2 per kg and arrangements for proper streetlights will also be made. The meeting was coordinated by Food and Supplies Minister Jyoti Priya Mullick.
Pradeep Mukherjee,head of the advisory board of Kamduni Pratibadi Mancha,a forum set up for seeking justice for the rape victim,said,They are trying to politicise the issue. We will be happy if the accused get death penalty but the way the chargesheet has been framed,we dont see that happening, he said.