AIDWA: CBI probe into Kashmir Sex racket be completed in 3 months
New Delhi, May 10 (UNI) The All India Democratic Women's Association (AIDWA) today condemned the sex racket in Kashmir and demanded that the CBI inquiry into the case be launched immediately and completed within three months.
''It has become a commonplace now that such rackets are run in connivance with the administration and political rulers....Those who are known to be involved must be meted out with exemplary and harsh punishment,'' AIDWA president Subhashini Ali said.
She said though Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad has ordered the CBI inquiry it should not become an ''excuse'' to delay justice''.
Ms Ali welcomed protests by citizens and women demanding punishment for the guilty.
However, she said it would be unfortunate if public anger is successfully utilised by fundamentalist groups who want to impose codes of behaviour and dress on people.
AIDWA president also condemned the censorship and ban imposed on television channels by militants ''in the name of defending the honour of Kashmiri women''.
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