A delegation from Utkal Mahila Samiti, the premier women organization of the State affiliated to National Federation of Indian Women, has submitted a five-point memorandum to the Chief Minister emphasizing that CBI probe into the Pipili gang rape as well as other incidents of rape is a must necessity, which his government should not shy at.
The demands included C.B.I. probe into the Pipili gang rape incident
to punish all the connected criminals and officials that tried to hush up the case.
The delegate has stressed on saving the life of the victim and giving her justice by taking exemplary action against the police officers who have neglected their duties in her respect and rehabilitation of all the rape victims coming to light in Orissa.
The delegation included President of the Samity Basanti Sahu, Secretary Sandhya Mohapatra, Chandra Prava Patnaik, Prava Rani Acharya, Puspakanti Mohanty, Pratima Mohapatra, Basanti Mishra, Kabita Manjari Puhan, Rashmi Rekha Patnaik, Bishnu Priya Acharya, Saubhagini Nayak, Krushnapriya Mishra, Kabita Dash, Karisma Swain, Subhasmita Jena and Subhashree Swain.