Visakhapatnam, Oct 4 (UNI) The Advocates Federation for Social Justice (AFSJ) Convenor D Manjulatha today demanded that justice be done to the 11 tribal women in Vakapalli village here, who were allegedly raped by Grey Hound personnel on August 20.
Talking to mediapersons here she said, a team of 21 Grey Hound special police who raided the village on August 20, as part of combing operations for the Maoists, had been accused of raping these tribal women.
She said, a team of lawyers as part of truth finding mission had visited the village on September 29 and interacted with the victims and came out with a report.
Demanding justice and an unbiased trial, Ms Manjulatha said the identity of the special police, who were on duty in and around Vakapalli village on the same day, should be made public.
The report was forwarded to State Government, State Home Minister, High Court, Human Rights Commission and SC/ST Commission, she added.