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Rapists should've been burnt alive: Cong woman MLA

DNAHM123966 | 10/12/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :385



fter Alpesh Thakor, one more Congress MLA is in the news for the wrong reasons. Geniben Thakor, MLA from Vav constituency in Banaskantha, reportedly said after the rape of a 14-month-old baby in Sabarkantha that the rapists should have been burnt alive.
Geniben, incidentally an associate of Alpesh Thakor, made the comment when a group of women went to her residence after the September 28 rape incident.
"The Indian laws should be followed, but at the time of the incident … 500, 100, 50 or 150 people are there … they should have used petrol and set them (rapists) on fire, nothing would have happened. They (rapists) should not have been handed over to police, and should have been finished instead," Geniben is heard sayi
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