(Last Updated On: December 10, 2021)

In the Muzaffarnagar district of Uttar Pradesh, 17 grade 10 girls have been accused of drug addiction and sexual harassment by a principal and his colleagues.

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Assembly Member Sanjay Singh Rajya Sabha today demanded the strictest procedure in six months with a speedy court against those involved in the alleged sexual assault of 17 girls in Muzaffarnagar, in Uttar Pradesh.

Mr Singh, who addressed the issue during the zero time period at home, said up to 17 girls were sent to private schools as part of a performance test. He claimed to have been sexually assaulted after consuming a diet containing sedatives.

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It is also known that girls are threatened with not making an appearance and not doing so.

According to the AAP deputy, one of the girls explained the situation to her parents. Families can only file an FIR after submitting the information to the Chief of Police.

Singh expressed surprise at the incident, saying the harsher punishment should be used as an example for offenders.

 

“We are calling for the establishment of an accelerated tribunal, and the perpetrators should be sentenced within six months,” he added.

The distribution of production in GDP was also discussed in the House of Representatives.

Congressman Kumar Ketkar pointed out that the BJP manifesto talks about increasing the share of output to 25% of GDP. However, new data shows that the manufacturing sector contributes only 13% of the national gross domestic product (GDP).

In a Zero Hour statement, P Wilson (DMK) expressed concern over the rise in cotton and yarn, which is affecting the country’s textile industry, including Tamil Nadu.

He said that the rise in cotton and yarn prices and their accumulation had led to the closure of many home textiles in various parts of Tamil Nadu.

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“Manufacturers are facing the challenge of falling cotton and yarn prices for various reasons,” he said. Size of thread and cotton by whom. ”

Wilson added that the price hike has affected the textile industry and put the lives of more than 50 million workers or workers at risk. DMK members have also called for restrictions and restrictions on the export of cotton and yarn until prices stay the same.

At period zero, the members asked the president for permission.

By Anupama

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