"In the past few weeks several incidents of crime against women have been reported. Most of them being heinous in nature and most of it against women," AAP's Delhi state convener Dilip Pandey told a press conference here. "The news of a teenage girl stabbed to death by her
molesters while police refused to lodge a complaint by the parents is a shocking incident which has brought to light the inefficiency and indifference of the Delhi Police towards protecting people of Delhi," he said.

A 19-year-old girl was stabbed to death on Thursday, allegedly by two brothers after she protested their verbally abusing her in Anand Parbat area in central Delhi. Pandey stated the Central government is busy in number juggling. "It can change the number of farmer's death by changing the criteria. In the same way, it is fudging the crime rate in Delhi as well,” he said.

“There is an increase of almost 25 percent cases of rape and around 18 percent in total crime against women in the year 2014," he added. The party also threatened agitation against Delhi Police over the issue.

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