"Get Raped By 10 People, We Will Pay 20 Lakh", AAP To BJP

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Alleging ineptitude in the handling of Rewari gang-rape case and insinuating at the compensation of Rs two Lakhs by the state government, Jaihind said his AAP is willing to pay Rs 20 lakh to any Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader for allowing 'kukarm' (misdeed) on them by 10 people

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The Haryana chief of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), Naveen Jaihind, gave a shocking statement on Tuesday, September 18, 2018, which has stirred up a controversy. Alleging ineptitude in the handling of Rewari gang-rape case and insinuating at the compensation of Rs two Lakhs by the state government, Jaihind said his AAP is willing to pay Rs 20 lakh to any Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader for allowing 'kukarm' (misdeed) on them by 10 people.

READ: Rewari Gangrape Case: Haryana Administration Let Suspects Flee As Cops Were On VVIP Duty On The Day Of Rape Complaint

"I offer to pay Rs 20 lakh to BJP politicians if they allow 'kukarm' on themselves by 10 people, are they valuing someone's honour at Rs 2 lakh," Jaihind told reporters here. Attacking the Manohar Lal Khattar-led Haryana government, the AAP leader said that the state is being run by the "Kauravas" where women are being assaulted every day, while

Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar is acting like the blind king, "Dhritarashtra". Jaihind said, "Our Chief Minister Khattar has become a Dhritarashtra. The state government has completely failed. It's 'Kaurava' rule in Haryana."

READ: Rewari Gangrape Case: Three Arrested Sent To Five-day Police Custody Even As Haryana CM Promises Strict Action

The AAP leader's comment came after the victim in the alleged Rewari gangrape was given a compensation of Rs 2 lakh by the Khattar government, which the victim's family returned. He further said that apart from financial compensation, the victim should get speedy justice.

A 19-year-old woman was allegedly abducted and gang-raped after being drugged on Wednesday in Haryana's Narnaul area. In the FIR registered at Kanina, police have identified three accused- Pankaj, Manish, and Nishu. Pankaj is a defense personnel stationed in Rajasthan. Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has directed the police to take stringent action against the accused in the case

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