Nikki Yadav murder: Women's commission chief said - girls are not safe in live-in relationship, report sought from police
National Commission for Women Chairperson Rekha Sharma has sought a report from the police regarding the Nikki Yadav murder case. Along with this, he said that "I think girls are not safe in live-in relationships."
Two cases of girls living in live-in relationships being killed by their boyfriends have come to the fore in the national capital of the country, Delhi. First, the case of brutally killing Shraddha and now Nikki Yadav and hiding the dead body in the fridge has come to the fore. Police are also probing this case on the lines of the Shraddha murder case. In this case too, as the investigation of the police is progressing, new cases are coming to the fore regarding the accused murderer Sahil Gehlot. Meanwhile, National Commission for Women (NCW) chief Rekha Sharma has issued a notice to the police seeking a report on the matter.
After this, talking to the news agency, NCW President Rekha Sharma said that "NCW has asked for a police report. We feel that girls are not safe in live-in relationships. Not only girls but families are also responsible for such incidents. Such incidents can come down if girls are given the right to choose their partner."
Rekha Sharma said that "Both the police and the family should pay attention to such incidents. The family should accept the live-in relationship. We will take all major action in the matter."
The news agency quoted sources as saying that after the murder of Nikki Yadav, accused killer Sahil deleted all the data including WhatsApp chat from Nikki's mobile to hide his crimes. Delhi Police's Crime Branch is scanning the CCTV cameras installed at Uttam Nagar-Nizamuddin-Kashmiri Gate to gather vital evidence about the incident. Along with this, the police have also questioned the people living near Nikki's rented house.