Tanvir Siddiqui wrote a song after the Hathras gang rape was reported. The song has been doing the rounds and has created a storm of controversy on social media.
Tanvir Siddiqui wrote a song after the Hathras gang rape was reported. The controversial song has gone viral. The lyrics of the song states, “In order to stop rape, hang all the girls. Only that is how one can stop rape cases and society can smile again.”
Tanvir Siddiqui sang the song with a guitar in hand and made references to clothing in his lyrics. Social media was left furious with the explosive lyrics of the song.
A 19-year-old Dalit girl from Hathras died at Safdarjung Hospital in Delhi on Tuesday (September 29). She was rushed to a hospital in Delhi from Aligarh Muslim University Medical College on Monday (September 28). The Dalit girl was reportedly subjected to extreme torture. The perpetrators cut out her tongue and even broke her spinal cord. After all the brutal torture, the victim was allegedly gangraped.
In the backdrop of this incident, the song of Tanvir Siddiqui has created a storm of controversy.
It is noteworthy that 3 more officers including the superintendent of police were suspended after the Hathras gang rape case.
Yogi Adityanath tweeted, "In Uttar Pradesh, the idea of disrespecting mothers and sisters will be eradicated." Strict punishment will be given to the people who commit such a heinous crime.”
Last Updated 3, Oct 2020, 2:45 PM