Olympic medalist Bajrang Punia on Monday said that this time "all parties are welcome" to join them and they won't back down till action is taken against the BJP MP.
She has been continuously working for the betterment of women for the past seven years. Maliwal, who was appointed as DCW chairperson by the AAP government, has been associated with the party since its India Against Corruption (IAC) phase.
Giving information about the case, DCW Chairperson Swati Maliwal said, "Five persons, who spoke about raping girls from another community on social media, make their numbers public for spreading obscenity should be arrested."
The women working in the jail receive minimum daily wages from the administration but as per a jail order, Rs 340 is deducted from their salaries as maintenance charges. Other prisoners who do not work at all don't have to pay any such fee.
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has personally approved Maliwal and Team's term extension.
Northeastern women students of Delhi University sent a complaint to the DCW on Monday in which they have alleged that the college administration is pressuring them to vacate the hostel.
27-year-old Zargar who is in the second trimester of her pregnancy, was sent to Tihar Jail after being charged under the UAPA (Unlawful Activities Prevention Act) for her alleged role in the Northeast Delhi riots.
Protesting against the incident on Monday, the students gathered inside the college against the management and soon the number of students reached between 1500 to 2000.
However, there have been occasions when she did not shy away from taking on even the AAP or its leaders on significant matters. In a freewheeling interview with Mariyam Sohail, Maliwal spoke on a range of issues.