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Councillor Sunil Chopra, General Secretary of the Indian Overseas Congress (London), UK, said the death of the victim "is a shame not only for Delhi but for India".
Indian diaspora pays tribute
INDIAN diaspora in Australia on Sunday paid an emotional tribute to the gangrape victim and demanded stern action against the culprits. A large group of Indian men and women gathered in front of the Indian Consulate here and lit candles to express their outrage over the incident.
Expressing her anger and grief over the victim's death, lawyer Navjeet Jhaji said the Indian government should take stern actions against the culprits. The memorial service for the girl was organised by a social website group called Indian Solidarity Group. A memorial service was also held in Sydney.
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