Bhim Army chief Chandrashekhar Azad on Sunday said the family of Hathras victim wanted to leave the village with him but was not allowed by the administration.
Azad met the family of the alleged gang-rape victim in Hathras on Sunday and sought a probe in the case by a retired Supreme Court judge.
In a tweet after the meeting, Azad said, "I am stunned after the meeting with Hathras family. The parents of my sister asked me to taken them with me as they cried. My family is being threatened, I wanted to take my family with me but the administration denied permission. We will appeal in the court tomorrow."
Addressing the media after meeting with parents of Hathras victims, Azad demanded the 'Y level security' for the family.
Azad said that if the family is not provided "Y level security" then he will take the victim's family to his house as they are not safe in the village.
"I demand 'Y security' for the family or I will take them to my house, they are not safe here. If actor Kangna Ranaut can get a Y level security, why can't they? We also want an inquiry to be done under the supervision of a retired Supreme Court judge," he said.