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Lost daughter, now face threats

DNDEL8106 | 8/13/2017 | Author : Anvit Srivastava | WC :330 | Crime & Law

the long Battle for justice

New Delhi: Usha Devi and Raj Kumar haven’t missed a single hearing in the case against the stalker-turned-killers of their daughter. Having lost her, the couple hope the killers will be hanged to death. To that end, they now wait for August 22, the next date of hearing.
18-year-old Meenakshi was chased by two brothers, stabbed multiple times and killed near her residence in Central Delhi’s Anand Parbat area on July 16, 2015 for lodging a police complaint of stalking against them. The locality, not far from the capital’s heart Connaught Place, was witness to the brutal murder that sent shock waves throughout the nation.
However, 25 months later, Meenakshi’s parents face threats from the accused’s family, all telling
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