The mother of the victim said that his release on the death anniversary of their daughter would be a slap on their faces. "For us he (juvenile) staying at an NGO is as good as free. For us he will be the killer of our daughter who was absolved of the heinous crime. We demand that he should not be released," said the mother of the victim.
    
The parents had demanded that the face of juvenile convict, who was the 'most brutal' of all the six offenders, should be shown to the world before he is released saying 'he is a threat to the society'.
    
Parents of the victim have also made representations to the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) and Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh.
    
They alleged that many people are trying to save the juvenile accused and that releasing the juvenile on the death anniversary of their daughter will be slap on their faces. "His release will give courage to many others who are below 18 years that they can do anything to the girls and daughters walking on the streets and go scot free,” said the mother.

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