Yes, this one is the saddest news. Nirbhay, the brave girl, who was the victim of a ghastly gang rape in New Delhi, breathed her last after struggling hard for her life for several days at Mount Elizabeth Hospital, Singapore. Nirbhay is not her real name. She was named as such by the media in tune with the courage and bravery shown by her while undergoing the extreme and inhumanly perpetrated tortures on her body parts by as many as six devils, the satans (shaitans), the lusty enemies of humanity. Initially, she showed enough of signs of improvement regaining her consciousness to talk to the doctors in the hospital manifesting much bold a posture, but the injuries inflicted on her were so grave that she again slipped into coma and was air lifted to Mount Elizabeth Hospital at Singapore for a better treatment where the fag end of the year 2012 became the end of her last day in life on 29/12/2012.
There is a talk that in the name of a better medical treatment at Singapore, she was taken there by an air ambulance for political reasons to overcome potentially more aggravated an agitation in India in the event of her death. This was first ever a case of some normal citizen of the country to be taken abroad for medical treatment at the cost of the State as against the earlier practice of extending such a benefit only to VVIPs of the country. Whatever could be there in the background, she is after all no more now. She died as a martyr in the sense that she fought well undergoing the tragic incident setting an example of bravery and courage with glory. Her sacrifice vehemently demands that nothing less than death penalty preceded by castration be awarded to the perpetrators of the gang rape to which the innocent girl became the victim succumbing to the fatal injuries inflicted on her tender body parts.
She deserves by all means to be remembered as a martyr in the sense that the wide spread movement and the momentum so tremendously generated in her name throughout the country followed by her death is capably enough to secure necessary security measures for the young girls and women in days to come. If the current governmental machinery still fails to wakeup remedying the situation, it loses its right to continue as such.
I wish I had some flag at my level to lower it down to earth condoling the death of this martyr, Nirbhay, the girl, noble and brave.