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Indian Government said 1451th time that it will take strict measures against rape accused (The India Satire Dark Cloud day)

Attributing the urgency to take measures against those who rape innocent girls and women, Indian Government 1,451th time since 2 weeks back said today that it will take strict action. In a special joint release by Sheila Dikshit and Sushil Kumar Shinde confirmed that it understands the urgency of the matter and will set up a committee under Abhijeet Mukherjee Panel to investigate the high level action.

"We have lever. Who told you we don't have? We also have chest which breathes and therefore finally we decided to tell you again that we will take stricter action against those who are accused in a rape case. Barring special personalities such as MPs and MLAs we will take immediate action and this is our promise, this is our commitment. So don't even dare to think of any protest," said India's Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde.
Delhi Chief Minister also reiterated that the government is willing to take action.
She said "I challenge you that for last two weeks I am crying and crying and crying day and night. However, a bit of cry I stored for some urgent cases. But today I think I will cry for 5 minutes odd. I urge you all that believe us we will take strict action. We are committed and therefore you all guys don't dare to protest against and come to 10 Janpath or President's house. Only youth Congress leaders are allowed to enter in 10 Janpath where Madamji will meet them and commit them. According to Government records, 1451th time we are telling you that we will take action so stay at home and don't even think of protesting us."
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