AAP activists reached Singh's residence at Ashoka Road this morning with placards criticising the Centre over the failure to check such incidents.

The protesters were stopped and detained by police andtaken to Parliament Street Police Station.

"It has been six months since this government came to power but nothing has changed. They used to blame the Centre when UPA was in power and they are now themselves skirting responsibility," said a protester.

The party vowed to raise the issue in Parliament and asked as to what steps the Government had taken to ensure security of women.

"AAP will raise the Uber rape issue in Parliament also," tweeted AAP leader Ashutosh.

The party said they will also protest outside the Lieutenant Governor's House.

Later, NSUI workers also staged a demonstration outside the Home Minister's residence demanding strict punishment for the tax driver.

"The government which kept on talking about its concern on women issues during poll campaigning is sitting silent over such case. We demand stringent punishment against the rapist," Amrish Ranjan Pandey, National Spokesperson, NSUI said.

"It has been two years since the Nirbhaya incident and this case has again proved how unsafe Delhi is for women," he added.

The outfit claimed that 30 of its protesters were detained and taken to Mandir Marg police station.

The shocking incident, which took place days ahead of the second anniversary of the December 16 gangrape, has sparked outrage as it brought back memories of the horrific crime.

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