UP CM meets Bulandshahr sisters wrote him in blood seeking justice
This move came after a copy of Latika's letter was put up on Twitter and it went viral.
UPCM met with Bansal family and assured that government will provide both the girls Rs5 lakh for their education.
He also assured that that govt will ensure fair prosecution in their mother's case and deliver justice to them.
The 15 year old Latika Bansal wrote CM in blood, seeking justice for her mother who was burnt alive allegedly by her in-laws because she "failed to give them a son" in June this year.
The sisters alleged that police failed to arrest any other accused name din FIR other than their father Manoj Bansal.
According to them, they were thrown out of their house as their mother failed to deliver a son.
Bulandshahr: 15 yr old Latika Bansal writes to UP CM in blood, seeks justice for her mother who was burnt alive pic.twitter.com/7xHzS6bWRl— ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) August 13, 2016