If you were searching for real name of Nirbhaya or Damini or 23 year-old Delhi Braveheart, then this piece of information is for you.
Flying in face of the ban on revealing the identity of the Delhi braveheart, who succumbed to injuries sustained fighting off her six r@pists, her father Badri Singh Pandey has given the permission to reveal her name: Jyoti Singh Pandey.
In an recent interview to The Sunday People, the 53-year-old Badri said: “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.”
Demanding “de@th for all six of them”, Badri, who works as a loader at the Delhi airport, said, “These men are be@sts. They should be made an example of and that society will not allow such things to happen.”
Recalling the night of horror, Badri said: “When I first saw her she was in the bed with her eyes closed. I put my hand on her forehead and called her name. She slowly opened her eyes and started crying and said she was in pain. I held my tears. I told her not to worry, have strength and everything will be all right.”
“She cried a lot, she was in a lot of pain. And as soon as she saw her mother and brothers she cried again. But was a courageous girl, even trying to console us and give us hope that everything will be all right,” said Badri in the rare interview.
Clearly denying that Jyoti’s friend who was with her when the attack took place, Awindra, was not her boyfriend, Badri said he is just a very brave friend who tried to save her. There was no question of her marrying because we belong to different castes.” “Moreover, she never expressed a desire to marry. She was concentrating on her studies and wanted a job first,” he added.
The paper named the father and his daughter, saying that the father had given his permission, but added that it would not publish a photo of her at the family’s request.
Till now media had not revealed identity of the girl, her real name or her photograph as it is not permitted under Indian law.
What IPC says on revealing r@pe victim’s name:
According to the Indian Penal Code, the disclosure of identity of the victim of certain offences etc. can be made
- a) by or under the order in writing of the officer-in-charge of the police station or the police officer making the investigation into such offence acting in good faith for the purposes of such investigation; or
- b) by, or with the authorisation in writing of, the victim; or
- c) where the victim is dead or minor or of unsound mind, by, or with the authorisation in writing of, the next of kin of the avictim (This is the provision under which the revelation has been made)
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