Shraddha murder case says educated girls responsible for increasing crime for live in relationship: Union minister blames ‘live-in’ relationship for crime

Union minister Kaushal Kishor and Shiv Sena leader Priyanka Chaturvedi - India TV Hindi News

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Union minister Kaushal Kishore and Shiv Sena leader Priyanka Chaturvedi

In the wake of the brutal murder in Delhi’s Mehrauli, Union Minister Kaushal Kishor on Thursday said live-in relationships are “promoting crime”. Also he suggested that educated girls should not stay in such relations. On this Shiv Sena leader Priyanka Chaturvedi demanded his resignation. Chaturvedi urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to immediately sack the Union minister from the cabinet for this remark.

Referring to the Shraddha Walker murder case, Kishor said that educated girls leave their parents for live-in relationships and this leads to increase in crime. He suggested that they should marry at court instead. “It is also the responsibility of the girls as they leave their parents who have raised them for years. Why is she living in a live-in relationship? If they have to do so, proper registration should be done for the same. If parents are not ready for such relations in public, then you should marry in court and then live together.

incident happening with educated girls

Referring to the Walker murder case, Kishore said, “Such incidents are happening to all those girls who are educated and think they are very open minded and have the ability to decide about their future.” Such girls get trapped in it. Girls should keep in mind why they are doing this. Educated girls are responsible because both father and mother forbid such a relationship. Educated girls should not be in such relationships.

Live-in relationship giving rise to crime

The minister also said, “What is this live-in relationship, it is giving rise to crime and it is a wrong thing and people are facing the consequences.” In a tweet, Shiv Sena MP Chaturvedi urged the Prime Minister to immediately sack Kishor from the cabinet. Chaturvedi said on Twitter, ‘It is surprising that he (the minister) did not say that girls are responsible for being born in this country. Shameless, heartless and cruel, the mindset of blaming women for all problems continues to thrive.’

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