The family of Meenakshi, a class 11 student who was stabbed to death in New Delhi on Thursday, demanded that the accused duo be hanged to death. 

"A compensation of Rs 5 lakh can't bring my daughter back. I want justice. They should be hanged," the Hindustan Times quoted Meenakshi's mother as saying on Sunday.

The 19-year-old girl was stabbed 35 times on the face, back, neck, stomach and chest, when she and her mother were returning home from market. Her mother was also stabbed while she tried to protect Meenakshi.

'Police ignored our complaints'

Meenakshi's father accused the Delhi police of inaction on several complaints they had filed against the two brothers, Jai Prakash (21) and Ajay Prakash (19). They were allegedly stalking Meenakshi for two years and used to pass abusive and vulgar comments.

Despite several complaints against the duo, the police did not register a criminal case against them, news reports quoted her father.

"They were arrested once by the police on our complaint at Kamla Market police station, after which they started venting their anger by showering abuses on her whenever they liked," the hapless father said.

Brothers arrested

The police have arrested the accused brothers--Jai and Ajay Prakash--and were looking to the allegations of their mother Shashi Bala's involvement in the murder, as some eyewitnesses have reportedly accused her of instigating the duo.

"The girl collapsed at the gate of my house. We kept requesting the duo's mother to intervene but she was encouraging them," HT quoted one of the eyewitnesses as saying.

Kejriwal writes to Bassi for a meeting over Anand Parbat murder case

Meanwhile, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has written to police commissioner BS Bassi, asking to hold a meeting to discuss the murder and deteriorating law and order situation in the capital.

The ruling Aam Aadmi Party's youth wing staged a protest over the incident outside the Delhi Police headquarters on Sunday.

Kejriwal had announced a compensation of Rs 5 lakh for the teenaged victim's family. He also blamed Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the deteriorating law and order situation in the national capital as he questioned the efficiency of the Delhi Police.

"Delhi Police is under the Centre. The Prime Minister should either act or transfer Delhi Police's command to the Delhi government," the India Today quoted Kejriwal as saying.

AAP leader and Delhi Home Minister Satyendra Kumar Jain wrote a letter to the Delhi Police commissioner and sought a detailed report on the case. In the letter, he pointed out the police inaction into the complaints filed by the victim's family before the attack.

"The family of the deceased girl had filed numerous complaints against the accused Jai Prakash since 2013 with police, alleging that he used to stalk the deceased and traumatise her, but no FIR was registered by police," the letter said.

"... it was beyond comprehension that a crime has been perpetuated in the capital city despite prior complaints. Police in a way abetted the crime by their inaction," the letter further said.

DCW chief to meet LG over murder

Meanwhile, the chairperson of Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) was scheduled to meet Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung on Monday to raise the issue of girl's murder.

"I will meet LG tomorrow and we are also going to meet the Police Commissioner. She was brutally murdered. What kind of shape our society is taking? She was stabbed 35 times but no one came to help her. We are planning to issue certain notices," ANI quoted newly appointed DCW chief Swati Maliwal as saying.