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Such Criminals Cannot Be Treated Like Humans: Preity zinta On Hathras Case

Mumbai: Seeking justice for the Hathras rape victim, actor Preity Zinta on Wednesday said that she wanted the perpetrators to be treated in the same manner in which they treated the victim.

The actor reacted to the brutal incident with a series of tweets, further stating that the demons who committed the crime “cannot be treated like humans.”

“The #Hathras perpetrators should be treated the same way they treated that poor girl. These demons cannot be treated like humans. Justice delayed is justice denied. My heart goes out to her family. Imagine their pain? No goodbye, No closure RIP #HathrasHorrorShocksIndia,” she tweeted.

“It sounds extreme but In such cases, the families of the perpetrators should also be held accountable & shamed. Only then will families teach their sons to respect women. Right now the shame & the pain is only for the victim & her family. Cases go on forever & no one cares #Hathras,” she said.

She ended the tweet series by expressing confidence in the government and hoped that the judicial system would be reformed.

“I sincerely hope our govt takes concrete steps in bringing reforms to our judicial system so crimes against women & children are dealt swiftly & appropriately as they’re the most vulnerable in society. It’s the only way forward. Going to bed with a heavy heart,” she tweeted.

A 19-year-old Dalit woman who was gang-raped in Hathras, Uttar Pradesh, died in Delhi’s Safdarjung Hospital on Tuesday morning.

Also Read: Uttar Pradesh: 20-Year-Old Woman Raped By Four Men Died In Delhi Hospital

The woman was gang-raped on September 14, 2020, in Hathras and was admitted to Safdarjung Hospital in Delhi.

All the four accused involved in the September 14 gang rape have been arrested.

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