Delhi University student Gurmehar Kaur who is also the daughter of a Kargil martyr filed a complaint with the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) against the ABVP threats. Gurmehar who received rape threats while addressing the media after filing the complaint said, "It doesn\u2019t matter who you are or what organisation you belong to, you cannot threaten a woman with rape. This movement is not for anyone else and for women. There will be a protest march tomorrow, it will be a peaceful protest and it is because we don\u2019t want any bullies in the country. The march will start at 12:30 PM at the Khalsa College." Gurmehar has been in the news\u00a0for the last couple of days for her stand against ABVP\u00a0and their concept of nationalism. After Gurmehar's complaint, Swati Maliwal, the DCW Chief said, \u201cShe has given us a complete list of names who have been threatening her on social media. We have sent the letter to Delhi Police and I have personally talked to the Commissioner of Delhi Police. All Gurmehar Kaur wants is peace in Universities and colleges, all across the country.\u201d While talking about the rape threats she said, \u201cPolice must take action against those boys giving rape threats to Gurmehar Kaur and set an example.\u201d Watch the video- 'No one can threaten women, I will take a bullet for my country: Gurmehar Kaur, DU Student. pic.twitter.com\/IGOg9rqL1b \u2014 News18 (@CNNnews18) February 27, 2017 Earlier in the day, Gurmehar Kaur, daughter of the Kargil martyr said that she doesn\u2019t need to prove her nationalism. She came into controversy after posting pictures on the social media network.\u00a0Union Minister Kiren Rijiju reacted in an interview to CNN news, and said Gurmehar Kaur is misguided. He reminds the DU youth that we are sharing the air of this country, we are drinking the water of this country and we must appreciate it. \u201cKargil war must not be exploited,\u201d he says.