டெல்லியில் வன்புணர்வுக்குள்ளாக்கப்பட்ட பெண்ணின் பெயரைவெளியிட அரசுமறுத்திருந்தது.எனவே அந்தப்பெண்ணுக்காக போராடியவர்கள் அவரை டாமினி“India’s Daughter,” “Nirbhaya,” “Abhaya,”“Amaanat” என்றுஅழைத்தார்கள்.பேஸ்புக்கில் அந்தப்பெண்ணின் பெயர் என பல்வேறுபட்ட பெயர்களும் பல போலி போட்டோக்களும் உலாவிக்கொண்டிருக்கின்றன. இன் நிலையில் அப்பெண்ணின் தந்தையான பத்ரிசிங் பாண்டே மகளின் பெயரை வெளியிட்டுள்ளார்.அந்தப்பெண்ணின் பெயர் ஜோதிசிங் பாண்டே
|ஜோதி சிங் பாண்டேவின் தந்தை பத்ரிசிங் பாண்டே|
"We want the world to know her real name. My daughter didn't do anything wrong, she died while protecting herself. I am proud of her. Revealing her name will give courage to other women who have survived these attacks. They will find strength from my daughter,"
தனது புகைப்படத்தைவெளியிட தந்தை அனுமதித்துள்ளார்.தனது பமிலி அல்பங்களை ரிப்போட்டருக்கு காட்டியிருக்கின்றார்.அதில் அப்பெண் பாரம்பரிய உடைகளை அணிந்திருந்தார்.ஆனால் தனது மகளின் புகைப்படத்தைவெளியிட பத்ரிசிங் அனுமதிக்கவில்லை.
At first I wanted to see the men responsible face to face but I don't want to any more. I just want to hear that the courts have punished them and they will be hanged,"
"Death for all six of them. These men are beasts. They should be made an example of and that society will not allow such things to happen
There was no question of her marrying because we belong to different castes. She never expressed a desire to marry. She was concentrating on her studies and wanted a job first,
"She kept telling her mother he tried his best to help but they kept beating him with a rod,"
அதோடு அப்பெண்ணுடன் இருந்த ஆண் அவரின் போய்பிரண்ட் இல்லை ஆனால் மிக மிக தைரியமான பையன் என்று பத்ரிசிங் பாண்டே கூறியுள்ளார்.
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he grieving father of murdered gang-rape victim Jyoti Singh Pandey wants a hospital built in her name as a lasting memorial.
Badri Singh Pandey, 53, spoke out after finally deciding to reveal his tragic daughter’s identity – to give strength to other victims.
He called for the 23-year-old’s life to be commemorated in a positive way after she became known simply as India’s Daughter following her murderous sex ordeal on a public bus .
Speaking at his ancestral village Billia in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, Badri said: “Our village doesn’t have any health facilities. It has no amenities, not even consistent electricity.
“My daughter wanted to be a doctor and help people so the best thing would be to construct a hospital in her name. I would be very proud of that.”
Badri admitted yesterday that he has found it difficult to remember any memories of Jyoti since her death. All he can focus on is his last moments with her – just minutes before she suffered a massive heart attack.
He said: “That conversation will remain etched on my heart for life.” But the distraught dad realises he must carry on for the sake of his daughter’s treasured memory. He added: “She was a brave girl and if we stopped living she would be very disappointed with us. Once we get through these first few weeks we’ll be more determined to carry on living for her.
“I will fulfill her dreams and make sure my sons get a good education and stand on their own two feet and do well. They have to fulfill her dreams now.”
Badri’s wife Asha, 46, was still too upset to talk yesterday.
Court hearings are due to continue today at the district court in the Saket area of India’s capital New Delhi.
DNA tests have linked five men and a 17-year-old with the alleged rape and murder.
The teenager will be tried separately as a juvenile.
Badri said that at first he wanted to see the men accused of killing his daughter face to face.
But he has changed his mind and will now only go to court to watch the case if he is forced to.
He said: “I don’t want to see them and I don’t want to be there. I’ll only go if I have to and I’m called by the police.”
He had no regrets about moving to Delhi and will move back eventually.
He explained: “I will never hate the place because my daughter loved it. She loved everything about the city, its people, food and culture.
“Delhi was the place that changed my life, gave me hope for a better future. Bad incidents can happen anywhere and anytime. It is just that it happened to us in Delhi.”
Badri’s decision to identify his daughter – exclusively revealed in the Sunday Peopleyesterday – was welcomed around the world.
Millions took to social networking sites such as Twitter to express their respect for Jyoti – and said they were glad they could finally give India’s Daughter a name.
Many acknowledged how fitting it was that she was called Jyoti, which means “light”.
Her brother Gaurav, 20, said: “I used to think I was a strong person but I’ve cried so many times since her death. I can’t think ahead right now. She was my best friend. Whenever I had a problem I would talk to her. We shared a special bond.”
Gaurav added that he wanted all six alleged attackers to face the death sentence – including the juvenile.
He said: “I think he deserves to face the ultimate punishment too. He is close to 18 years old and anyone above 14 has common sense and knows the difference between right and wrong.”