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then up to the federal government to ask the
CBI to investigate.
Rahul Gandhi, a leader of the opposition Con-
gress party, visited the families of the two girls
on Saturday and endorsed the demand for a federal
"The state has a jungle rule," said Rita Bahugana,
another Congress party leader.
Rapes in fields common
Dozens of members of the All India Democratic
Women s Association marched Saturday through
the streets of New Delhi, India s capital, demand-
ing the immediate arrest of the two fugitive sus-
pects and justice for the victims.
"Enough is enough. Women will not tolerate
such atrocities any longer," the protesters chanted,
asking state authorities to take crimes against
Uttar Pradesh officials initially appeared caught
off guard by the reaction to the attack on the two
girls, and Yadav on Friday mocked journalists for
asking about it.
"You re not facing any danger, are you?" he
said in Lucknow, the state capital. "Then why are
you worried? What s it to you?"
Ashish Gupta, a state inspector-general of
police, pointed out to journalists that ten rapes
are reported every day in Uttar Pradesh, which
has 200 million people and is India s most pop-
ulous state. Gupta said 60 per cent of such crimes
happen when women go into the fields because
their homes have no toilets.
The girls in the latest incident were attacked
in the tiny village of Katra, about 300 kilometres
from Lucknow. They disappeared Tuesday night
after going into fields near their home to relieve
Lal went to police to report them missing, but
he said they refused to help.
That infuriated his neighbours, who, once the
bodies were discovered, refused to allow them to
be taken down from the tree until the first arrests
The girls were Dalits, from the community once
known as "untouchables" in India s ancient caste
The fired policemen and the men accused in
the attack are Yadavs, a low-caste community
that dominates that part of Uttar Pradesh. The
chief minister is also a Yadav.
Men attack rape victim's mother
Also in Uttar Pradesh state, police on Thursday
arrested three men for brutally attacking the
mother of a rape victim after she refused to with-
draw her complaint.
The attack, in the town of Etawah, followed
the May 11 rape of the woman s teenage daughter.
The arrests were made after the mother filed a
complaint with authorities.
Official statistics say about 25,000 rapes are
committed every year in India, a nation of 1.2
Activists, though, say that number is just a tiny
percentage of the actual number, since victims
are often pressed by family or police to stay quiet
about sexual assaults.
Indian officials, who for decades had done little
about sexual violence, have faced growing public
anger since the December 2012 gang rape and
murder of a young woman on a moving New Delhi
bus, an attack that sparked national outrage.
The nationwide outcry led the federal govern-
ment to rush legislation doubling prison terms
for rapists to 20 years and criminalising voyeurism,
stalking and the trafficking of women.
The law also makes it a crime for officers to
refuse to open cases when complaints are made.
Women will not tolerate
such atrocities any longer
NEW DELHI---Dismantling a
legacy of UPA rule, Prime
Minister Narendra Modi
abolished all the 30 Groups
of Ministers (GoMs) and
Empowered Groups of Min-
isters (EGoMs) yesterday and
told ministries and depart-
ments to take decisions on
Announcing the decision to
scrap nine EGoMs and 21
GoMs, the PMO said this
would expedite the process of
decision-making and "usher
in greater accountability in the
system." The ministries and
departments will now process
the issues pending before
EGoMs and GoMs and take
appropriate decisions at the
level of ministries and depart-
ments itself, said the state-
ment. Former defence minister
AK Antony was heading most
of the EGoMs. The panels
were formed to take decisions
on issues like corruption,
interstate water disputes,
administrative reforms and gas
and telecom pricing. EGoMs
had the power to take deci-
sions on the line of the Union
Cabinet. The recommenda-
tions of the GoMs were placed
before the Cabinet for a final
call. (The Times of India)
PM Narendra Modi abolishes
all ministerial groups
From Page A39
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, right, with Home Minister Rajnath Singh and External Affairs Minister
Sushma Swaraj at the new NDA government's first Cabinet meeting.
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