While speaking to the family members of the two sisters, who were brutally murdered, in village Manuke Gill, in Moga a few days back, Sampla expressed his heartfelt condolences.
After taking cognizance of two separate incidents of alleged atrocities against Dalits, National Commission for Scheduled Castes chairman Vijay Sampla Wednesday met the victim families in Moga and Sangrur. Sampla directed the Moga DC to ensure that as per the provisions of SC/ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act it should be ensured that eldest member of the victim’s family is given pension besides government job to one family member, free education up to graduation to eligible family member and piece of cultivable land as per norms.
While speaking to the family members of the two sisters, who were brutally murdered, in village Manuke Gill, in Moga a few days back, Sampla expressed his heartfelt condolences. While listening to the grieving family members, Sampla assured them all possible help and speedy justice. Mother of the deceased sisters demanded justice and capital punishment for those responsible behind the heinous crime.
Meanwhile, regarding another shocking incident wherein four children, which included one from a Dalit family, were subjected to physical and mental torture in Bhasaur village of Sangrur, Sampla met the family at their residence in village Bhasaur and expressed his grave concern over the unfortunate incident. He assured strict action against those responsible behind the inhumane act.