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Manisha’s terrified father wants justice and security

Manisha’s family is still terrified. When, on October 11 afternoon, the police wanted to take them to Lucknow for a court hearing, they refused. They were afraid of travelling with the police, and being away from home, at night, Nawal Kishore Kumar reports

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“Until her murderers are punished and we get justice, we won’t immerse her ashes. We want justice to be done and also security for our family,” says the father of Manisha Valmiki. In a conversation with the FORWARD Press at Boolgarhi village of Hathras, Uttar Pradesh, he talked about the horror his daughter underwent on 14 September.

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Nawal Kishore Kumar

Nawal Kishore Kumar is Editor (Hindi), Forward Press

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