Jharkhand Crime News: Villagers are outraged by the incident of murder of a Class VIII student (minor) on August 29 in Unchudi village of Pandrashali OP area of Chaibasa. On Monday, the villagers took out a procession under the leadership of Panchayat representatives of Khuntpani block, different tribal-indigenous organizations and Mukhiya Sangh. Villagers with placards in their hands reached Chaibasa by walking seven km. Demonstrated for three hours near the old collectorate. It was led by Khuntpani block chief Siddharth Honhaga. The villagers demanded that the killer Vijay Banra be hanged within two months and a government job and a compensation of Rs 2 lakh to a member of the victim’s family. The agitation will continue till the death sentence is received from the court.
Women and girls are not safe in the state: Lalmuni
Lalmuni Purti, Zilla Parishad member of Sadar block said that the victim’s family should get Rs 10 lakh as compensation. If the demands of the villagers are not met, then agitation will be organized in the district. Women, girls and minors are being raped and murdered in the state. Women and girls are not safe. Law and order has collapsed.
The incidents will stop due to the improvement of the governance system of the village: Ramesh
Ramesh Jerai of Johar Sanstha said that till the time the governance system of the village is not corrected, similar incidents will continue to happen. Madhuri Hembram, head of Matkobeda, said that criminals have no justification for living in the society. Children will have to pay attention. Ryans Samad said that the victim’s family would be supported by giving a handful of rice and one rupee from each village. Awareness will have to be made by running a campaign in village-village. Parvati Jarika said that we all have to come forward unitedly. The dharna was addressed by Santal Samaj’s Budhram Mardi, Zilla Parishad member Yamuna Tiyu, Deputy Chief Sarita Dongo, Chakradharpur resident Malti Giluva, Anita Leyangi etc
Letter handed over to Deputy Commissioner, incidents of rape and murder of girls increased
The delegation led by Khuntpani block chief Siddharth Honhaga handed over a three-point demand letter to the Deputy Commissioner. It was told in the letter that on August 29, a minor, who had gone to graze goats, was raped and murdered by Vijay Banra of the village. Even before this, a minor was raped and murdered in Chacha village of Khuntpani block. In Donkasai of Sadar block, a VI student was raped and murdered, in Karlajudi village an incident of raping a minor occurred while grazing a goat.
Youth in the grip of drugs, demand for ban
Villagers said that most of the accused committed the misdeeds by taking intoxicants. Children studying in schools are also consuming ganja, cigarettes, charas and dentrites. Road accidents have increased due to drug addiction. It is common to find white puddings of 20 to 25 rupees in the tea shops around the railway station and bus stand. Raid and demanded action. Intoxication should be controlled by holding a meeting with the principals of all the schools.