Rape on the agenda! unsafe women of India

So did we need a crime report bureau statistic to tell us the – un- safety quotient of India’s metros? With the exception of Mumbai,  most big cities and its residents make it difficult for women to survive in public spaces in odd hours..and these residents are more likely to be nili batti and lal batti kae chele chapate and khandaan kae chiraags more suited for the peek daan than the average migrant labourer.   Please note: Home Minister!

Also note the daunting statistics

“Delhi reported 404 out of 1,696 rapes; 1,379 out of total 3,544 cases of kidnapping and abduction of women, 104 out of 684 dowry deaths and 491 out of 3,477 cases of molestation during the period under study.” courtesy TOI and “Besides Delhi, the other cities which reported a large number of rapes are Mumbai (182), Bhopal (117), Jabalpur (76), Jaipur (69) and Pune (67). Incidentally, most of the rapes were committed by offenders who knew the victims.” ….It is in unclear as to how these were discovered though…you know the method of reporting and recording in police case files could mean a totally different and even more boggling numbers …

hamari dilli continues to do us proud…did you miss the amazing revelations of “A former Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) official, claiming to be frustrated at the frequent adjournments in a human trafficking case against her in the Delhi High Court, tried to undress before a judge Thursday but was stopped by police officials.”… her name is Nisha, she filed a complaint of sexual harassment   in 2008 and now in 2011 she in turn stands accused of human trafficking..quid pro quo in RAW…and what was that about the police again…..

meanwhile …women and men in power are discussing rape…asking each other about hmm I was silent in banda and you in Tandoor….I was silent in Mattoo and you in Jessica…

“Ms. Mayawati asked why the Opposition was silent on the 1995 tandoor case, the 1999 Jessica Lal murder case, the 1990 case of molestation of a 14-year-old girl by the then Haryana Inspector-General, S.P.S. Rathore, and the 1996 Priyadarshini Mattoo case in New Delhi.” http://www.hindu.com/2011/01/21/stories

well in case calling the police does not work…visit the website… right after your trauma and nightmare subsides that is!



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