Umesh Katti, a minister from Karnataka
Despite Chief Minister Bommai's rebuke of Home Minister Araga Jnanendra's out-of-line remarks, senior BJP minister Umesh Katti stated rape and other crimes against women are "not uncommon" and "cannot be helped".Katti said such heinous crimes should not occur but added that there is “nothing anybody can do about them”. Addressing reporters at K Gudi in Chamarajanagar district, he said the home minister would take questions on the incident: “I’m not bothered about it as I’m not home minister”.According to the survivor's classmate,
The six men who gangraped an MBA student in the Chamundi mountains three days ago were in their late 20s and wanted Rs 3 lakh not to make public films of the assault. Police have produced sketches of the accused and acquired details about the crime scene based on his observations.Police said they are seeking data from her friend who accompanied her to the remote place in Lalithadri layout on the night of August 24 because the rape survivor is still in shock. Police are also looking into criminal groups in neighbouring states, as the classmate stated that they were not speaking in the local language.
“The liquor bottles we recovered at the crime scene also belong to a different state,” said an investigating officer.According to the survivor's classmate, a local, all of the accused appeared to be between the ages of 25 and 30. “After classes, around 7.30pm, we went for a bike ride. Later, we took a walk on the kuchcha road which I am quite familiar with since I jog there in the morning. All of a sudden, six men came and surrounded us and started attacking us,” police sources quoted him as saying.
Source: Times of India
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