Bhima Army chief Chandrashekhar Azad, who is going to meet the Unnao victim, was prevented by the police from meeting the victim, after which he sat on a dharna along with his supporters. Official sources said that Azad and his supporters were stopped at the Ganges barrage. On Monday, he was going to a private hospital in Sarvodaya Nagar to meet the Unnao victim along with his supporters.
Inspector General of Police of Kanpur Zone Mohit Aggarwal said that Bhim Army chief Chandrashekhar and his supporters were stopped at the Ganga barrage when they were going to meet the girl at a private hospital in Kakadeva. He said that Azad and his supporters were not allowed to meet the girl as congestion in the hospital could lead to infection and pose a serious threat to the victim.
Angered by not being allowed to go to the hospital, Azad and his supporters sat on a dharna, later they submitted a memorandum to the magistrate and left. The Bhim Army chief demanded the girl to be admitted to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences in New Delhi and a CBI inquiry into the matter.
Talking to journalists, Azad said that the way the administration deployed police to stop them, similar arrangements should be made to stop criminals so that the crime rate in the state can be reduced.
Significantly, three Dalit teenagers who had gone to the fields on Wednesday evening in a village in Asoha police station area of Unnao were found unconscious, were taken to the Community Health Center, where the doctors declared two girls dead, while the third was in critical condition Seeing this, he was taken to the hospital in Unnao and later referred to Kanpur. The condition of the third teenager is now said to be stable. An accused has been arrested in this case.
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