Last night on the debate I said and began by saying that the Prime Minister of India will have to intervene directly in the case of both Kathua and Unnao.
Tonight I am delighted that, though late, the Prime Minister has stepped in.
When his party leaders thought they would get away by being obstinate, by being arrogant, Prime Minister Modi has shown them their place and forced humility.
The rapist MLA in Unnao has been arrested at 4 this morning.
In Jammu, both the BJP leaders who backed the rapists have been sacked.
By asking senior party leaders to get out, Prime Minister Modi has shown the way.
On the other hand, Rahul Gandhi and the new and emerging Congress leader Robert Vadra, and I say this because Robert Vadra led the Congress march at India Gate yesterday, Rahul and Robert must answer.
The Congress has flatly refused to take the slightest action against Congress leaders whose role in organising a campaign for the rapists has been exposed. Hard evidence is out that the pro-rapist campaign in Jammu was sponsored strategised and executed by Rahul's Congress.
Rahul, who spoke about women's empowerment 176 times in his interview with me, is backing the rape supporters in the Congress. The facts are out, Rahul has gone into hiding tonight.