Gautam Gambhir Posts An Angry Tweet Challenging Indian System

The number of rape and molestation cases are increasing at an alarming rate since a few year. Throughout all these years, we have heard and read so many horrifying news of women getting raped across the nation. From infants to old ladies, no women is safe in India.
The complete nation is in a state of shock after the gang rape of an eight-year old girl ,Asifa of Kathua, a district in Jammu and Kashmir. The girl was abducted and was kept in a small temple where she was continuously raped by 6 men, one of them was a Special Police officer. Also, one of them was especially ‘invited’ to satisfy his lust.The girl was later killed in a forest.
The incident has angered the complete nation. Almost everyone is taking to social media to seek justice for the eight-year old. Everyone from the celebrities to common people of our nation wants justice for Asifa.
The captain of Delhi Daredevils, Gautam Gambhir has took to twitter to raise about this shameful crime. He has raised his voice to seek justice for Asifa.
Here’s what he tweeted:

The tweet read:
Indian consciousness was raped in Unnao and then in Kathua. It’s now being murdered in corridors of our stinking systems. Come on ‘Mr System’, show us if you have the balls to punish the perpetrators, I challenge you.”
He posted another tweet on the same matter, where he wrote about the people who are supporting the culprits have a look:

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The tweet read:
“Shame on those, especially the lawyers, who are challenging and obstructing Deepika Singh Rajawat, the counsel of our victimised daughter from Kathua. बेटी बचाओ से अब क्या अब हम बलात्कारी बचाओ हो गए हैं?”
Well, words are less to talk about the horrifying incident happened with that girl. We really wish that she and her family gets justice.
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Unnati Madan

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