India News | The chairperson of the Karnataka State Women’s Commission visits Neha Hiremath’s residence

Hubballi (Karnataka), Apr 21 (PTI) Karnataka State Women’s Commission chairperson Nagalakshmi Choudhary on Sunday visited the residence of 23-year-old Neha Hiremath who was murdered on her college campus and assured justice for her family.

She expressed her condolences to her family and said that Neha’s death should not be politicized for personal gain. If this does happen, it is like insulting the daughter of this country.

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Speaking to PTI Videos, Choudhary said she consoled Neha’s parents and assured them that they would get justice at the earliest.

“I made them strong and also told them that they should not allow anyone to use this incident for their selfish input or to politicize it because then it would be like insulting Neha. If we are truly concerned about her, we should all strongly support and support her.” Allow the police to conduct a free investigation and as soon as possible we should get justice for Neha,” she said.

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The Chairperson said she has spoken to the city police commissioner and district collector and made it clear that every educational institution should take safety measures and also conduct workshops in colleges to educate both boys and girls about their future, cybercrime, social networking and their goals.

“If these things are implemented in schools and institutions, such incidents will definitely occur in the near future,” she said.

The alleged murder of Hubballi-Dharwad Municipal Corporation Congress councilor Niranjan Hiremath’s daughter on her college campus here on April 18 has led to widespread condemnation and protests.

The issue has turned into a political slugfest between the ruling Congress and the opposition BJP in Karnataka. While the ruling party has tried to portray it as an “incident with a personal angle”, the saffron party suspects a “love jihad” and says it points to the “deterioration of law and order” in the state.

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