Bhai log...Inka bad luck kharab tha joh media main news ban gayi..nahi toh aapne system se bachna bohot he asan hai.pichle dino rajasthan main ek rape case hua uss admi ne 6 mahine ki ladki se rape kiya..police ko paise khila kar 2 saal main nikal liya..aur nikalte he 3 mahine ki ladki ke sath phir rape kiya.....
Yeh hai aapna system...
“Love for your country is part of your faith" Holy Prophet (S.A.W).”
Delhi gang rape case: Main accused went berserk after victim bit him
NEW DELHI: Ram Singh, 33, the prime accused in Sunday's gang rape, is a volatile man, known among friends as "Mental," a police source said on Tuesday. During investigation, he is learnt to have told police how he lost control and ended up brutalizing the woman and assaulting her friend.
"When she resisted and bit his hand, he says, he got very angry. Alcohol and the victims' defiance, made him go berserk. He picked up a rod and hit the two everywhere. His accomplices followed suit," a source said.
Ram Singh reportedly started picking up fights at the slightest pretext after the death of his wife two years ago. There's an accident case registered against him and he has admitted to being involved in several other brawls. He had also run away with a girl in his neighbourhood, sources said.
A police officer said the investigating team led by Inspector Anil Sharma had found Ram Singh a cold and remorseless man. "Initially, he denied everything. But when he began to open up, he chose to divulge each detail, with no repentance. Such brutality does not affect him. He tried to destroy evidence by washing the bus with confidence and told his accomplices to not worry, and lie low for some time. He stayed calm when he went and parked the bus in RK Puram, and then took it back to the owner in Noida. The confidence he shows is not of a novice definitely," the officer said.
It seems that even as the gang was brutalizing the woman by turns, Ram Singh had made a plan to cover their tracks. Sources say Ram Singh decided to strip the victims completely before throwing them out of the bus to leave no trace of incriminating semen or blood. He also kept their mobiles and switched them off. Three mobiles — one belonging to the woman and two to her friend — have now been recovered along with some of their clothes
Although police were able to arrest him with his employer's help, Ram Singh showed his shrewd side again by refusing to undergo the test identification parade on Tuesday.
Police say Ram Singh dropped his accomplices near RK Puram after 10.30pm on Sunday and brought the bus back to Sector 3 in RK Puram. Although his brother Mukesh was initially driving the bus, Ram Singh asked the cleaner, Akshay, to drive it to the garage.
In the morning, all the accused returned to work on his direction. Akshay and Ram Singh plied the bus on its route. Around 9am, when they realized their crime was all over the news, they took the bus to Rohilla Khurd near Sector 62, Noida and washed it thoroughly to remove bloodstains.
But Ram Singh's plan went awry when the bus owner, Dinesh Yadav, called him to drive it back. "Police had asked Yadav to ensure Ram Singh came back with the bus. He was tricked into coming to RK Puram, where we arrested him,'' said an investigating officer.
According to police, the accused used to drive continuously through the day. He would pick up schoolchildren at 8am and drop them before picking office goers from the Malai Mandir area. He brought back students from the south Delhi school at 1pm.
Sources also pointed out that had the school noticed and reported that the bus they had hired had tinted glasses and was driven by an illiterate person involved in an accident, Ram Singh could have been taken off the roads earlier.
I wish I could burn him alive......Watching him till last moment.......getting his body turn to ashes...... I don't mind getting imprisoned for that....
In lamhon ke daaman mein....Pakiza se riste hain....Koi kalma mohabat ka....Dohrate farishte hain....
This rape was not per-planned. when few criminal minded persons seen opportunity, they grabbed it.
Can such incidents or raping women at lonely places be stopped?
Police can't be deployed everywhere.
We can say to take precaution when going to lonely places or at night, but what precaution to take in Capital City?
If she had some small weapon, was it possible to use against 5-6 men?
The present punishment of 10 years or life imprisonment is enough to destroy life of the accused. But, is this helped to stop the crimes?
Giving Capital punishment is only our sentiments, but we all know that its not possible, when there is growing opposition against death penalty?
Many incidents are not reported, if victim goes for reporting, police harass them. If case is registered, Police try to make money by weakening the case (except cases where media is alert) Then our slow judicial system take years to give decision.
We have to start from stopping the eve teasing which is considered as small issues.
Editorial in The Hindu -
Perhaps the real tragedy we must contemplate, as we consider the story of the young woman who now lies in a Delhi hospital bed battling for her life after being brutally beaten and gang-raped Sunday night, is this: in six months or less, she will have been forgotten. There will, by then, have been the next victim, and the one after — and absolutely nothing will have changed. Ever since Sunday’s savage crime, India’s political leadership has been loudly engaged in what it appears to believe is advocacy of women’s rights — in the main, dramatic but meaningless calls for summary trials, castration and mandatory death penalties. The same leaders will, if past record proves a guide, do absolutely nothing to actually address the problem. For all the noise that each gang-rape has provoked, Parliament has made no worthwhile progress towards desperately-needed legal reforms. Even nuts-and-bolts measures, like enhanced funding for forensic investigations, upgrading training of police to deal with sexual crimes, and making expert post-trauma support available to victims, are conspicuous by their absence.
How does one account for the strange contrast between our outrage about rape — and our remarkable unwillingness, as a society, to actually do anything about it? For one, we are far more widely complicit in crimes against women than we care to acknowledge. The hideous gang-rape in Delhi is part of the continuum of violence millions of Indian women face every single day; a continuum that stretches from sexual harassment in public spaces and the workplace to physical abuse that plays itself out in the privacy of our homes far more often than on the street. Nor is it true, secondly, that Delhi is India’s “rape capital.” There are plenty of other places in India with a higher incidence of reported rape, in population adjusted terms — and Delhi’s record on convicting perpetrators is far higher than the national average. Third, this is not a problem of policing alone. As Professor Ratna Kapur argues in an op-ed article in this newspaper today, there is something profoundly wrong in the values young men are taught in our society — values which bind the parental preference for a male child to the gang of feral youth who carried out Sunday’s outrage or the hundreds of thousands of husbands who were battering their wives that same night. Finally, India’s society rails against rape, in the main, not out of concern for victims but because of the despicable notion that a woman’s body is the repository of family honour. It is this honour our society seeks to protect, not individual women. It is time for us as a people to feel the searing shame our society has until now only imposed on its female victims.
Girl, 5, raped by family friend in Karnataka:
Even as there is national outrage over the gang-rape in Delhi, a five-year-old girl has been raped in Bidar district of Karnataka by a family friend. The police have arrested the accused.
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ven as the Delhi gang-rape victim's condition deteriorated, she has shown immense determination to fight the battle for life.
According to television reports, in a written communication to her mother, the girl has said: "Maa, main jeena chahti hoon (Mother, I want to live)".
Several politicians have been visiting the girl at Safdarjung Hospital where she was admitted after the brutal assault in a moving bus on Sunday night.
On Tuesday night, Congress president Sonia Gandhi [ Images ] also visited the hospital to meet the rape victim.
Her condition, which had improved on Tuesday morning after she was operated upon on Sunday night, deteriorated later in the evening.
Doctors are battling to keep infections at bay as the injuries are extensive.
Her platelet count had dropped, with blood pressure being unstable.
The next 24 hours are critical. If she pulls through, her chances of survival will improve.
Specialists from the AIIMS trauma centre have been called in before doctors decide whether the girl needs to be operated upon further.
They hope to curb further spread of infection.
5th Accused of the case, named Akshay Thakur, has been arrested from his native place in Aurangabad (Bihar), today, & reported being sent to Delhi for further detention.
"A gentle-man is simply a pained wolf"
लगता है अभिषेक मनु सिंघवी का चेला है ये
कांग्रेसी कितने नीच हो सकते हैं, इसका उदाहरण आज राज्यसभा में दिखाई दिया।
राज्य सभा में चल रही बहस "क्या बलात्कारियों को फांसी दी जाय" के दौरान दांत दिखाता हुआ राजीव शुक्ला।
******* ऐसा दिख रहा है जैसे फिल्मों में जज किसी को दंड दे रहा है और तब अपराधी मंद मंद मुस्कुराता है!!
कल यही राजीव शुक्ला बेशर्म शुक्ला कह रहा था कि गाँधी परिवार के बारे में बोलने की किसी भी भारतीय की औकत नहीं है।
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