Another girl gangraped in Delhi

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  1. Singh

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    New Delhi: An alleged case of gang-rape was reported from Delhi on Tuesday. A 22-year-old girl has alleged rape by a group of men who were known to her.

    The victim was gang-raped on January 01 in Bhaktawarpur in Alipur area of outer Delhi when she came to her paternal home from Agra, where she lives with her husband.

    As per reports, the five accused are residents of the same locality and knew the victim. They trapped her into accompanying them in a car and took her to a secluded place, where they gang-raped her.

    She was later thrown of the car near Sindhu border in North Delhi.

    The victim’s medical test has been conducted even as the police arrested three of the five accused. A manhunt has been launched to nab the other two.

    More details are awaited.

    22-yr-old girl gang-raped in Delhi, 3 arrested
     
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    This society is a disgrace to humanity.
     
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    The men very well know they wud be getting arrested eventually which will ruin there life.
    So why dont they dispose of there biological depression with prostitutions, and save 2 lifes from getting ruined, along with themselves ?
    Is it a rocket science to understand for these people ?
     
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    The society of our Stupid Capital.
     
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    Sabir DFI TEAM Senior Member

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    It is the pervert tendency of human (I doubt whether I use this term) to put hand on things which is not legitimately not belongs to him. So rapes take place though there is no shortage of prostitutes in the city.
     
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    They should fast track these cases and hang a few without delay.

    Maybe it might prove to be a deterrent.
     
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    you can stop rape you have to provide them option


    sex is reality of life ..

    only sex worker can reduce the rape crime not by police or court
     
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    if you hang the rapist then next time rapist will not just rape they will remove all the proff

    means they will kill the victim
     
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    We so need to legalize prostitution in this nation.
    Also no courts , no arrests Mumbai style encounters is what's needed!
     
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    People are not afraid of the cops and the law is an ass, it has been proved time and again.

    Days after the cops were stopping vehicles and checking them, I found that in cars people in groups of 3 or 4 were freely consuming alcohol while on main roads at 7 PM. This was no side lane or deserted road, but a major intersection on the Ring Road which is the main arterial road of Delhi. There was no fear of cops even though there were two cops just 10 feet away.

    Then we wonder why do rapes/crimes keep on happening in Delhi.
     
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    Again you are back with your dirty logic. As if there is scarcity of sex workers in Delhi!

    People like you are happy when sisters and daughters of other people work as sex workers. What if women from your family want to do the social service (if it can be considered so). Most of the sex workers are forced in to the proffession just to be raped for whole life. And you guys are supporting it to protect your women.
     
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    Sabir you are nonsensically getting personal with members. Next time you ranted the same, things will get worst.
     
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    Sabir DFI TEAM Senior Member

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    Do you want to mean that people who are afraid to go to a prostitute because it is illegal (he might have to pay few hundreds to police if get caught) resorts to less serious crime like rape?

    There is no shortage of sex workers in any place of India and most of the sex workers themselves are victims of sex trade where they are shoved in to get raped for life.
     
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    I dont care. A dirty logic is a dirty logic. And I will never hasitate to hate persons who propagate so. And forum has seen worse cases in more trivial issues.
     
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    Yes this is the major problem. People dont care of cops. One reason: ayega to 100 rs de denge (if they question us we will give rs.100 all will be fine). This sets example and bad ones and creates problem later on. For example, in my locality there is a shop where elders, mid 40s people all drink daily. Cops told them not to drink here many times. They stop for a day or two and again at evening would be drinking. Now, the place is becoming drinking place. It sets a trend arey yar yahan sab pite hain koi dikkat nahin (lets drink here there would be no problem). Now, the problem is tomorrow all kinds of people would drink there and it would create problems. Its a major busy road near to a metro station. Tom morrow there would be eve-teasing or molestation by drunk crooks. Why I stated all this is because these things or others are root cause which leads to complete out of control situation. Now, in broad day light one day at around 15:00hrs afternoon two guys were drinking openly. There was a girl who came to shop. I was also there buying some things. The girl walked out silently because of fear of may be something would happen. I asked the shopkeeper why you dont say no to these people to not to drink here. This is in front of your house (he has shop in house). He says main sabko janta hu sab ache log hain uncle ji waharah or main kya kahoon jab je police walon ki bhi nahin mante. (I know all guys all good people and if they are not scared of cops what I can do). However, the problem is only because to sell some chips, cigarettes extra to these people he dont say anything. And strange fact is his wife also sits on counter (sometimes, at the same time when people drink) but it is Ok with them. But if someone would park his\her car they will be all over him but to those guys they allow everything. It is OK they are good people have senior citizens with them they dont disturb people. But they are allowing others to drink there and not everyone is like them. This is the problem. If we want to clean our society from evils we need to help out. Things start like this. We need to educate people. In addition, in Delhi\NCR after office time (normal) most people drink in their cars and roam.

    Today, I was lucky a BMW guy just crossed my sandal. I had to jump on footpath to save me and that idiot did not care. What may be the reason either drunk or delhi hi-fi BMW dude. Also, one senior citizen survived he stopped after seeing the car's speed immediately. It was a sharp curve still he did nt care to slow down and to see people are crossing that curve.
     
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    hit&run Elite Member Elite Member

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    Please think twice when you use words like 'You' 'Yours' in a discussion forum. In my experience people don't consider these two words a good choice of words. You can still convey your message without using these words; upfront and blunt.

    Regards.
     
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    Thanks.....I will try to keep in mind.
     
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    without getting into anything personal - the point sabir was making is that legalised prostitution is not a solution for him because it is still someones wife or sister , mother etc etc

    and i think he has a very pertinent point there ..... because the usual tendency is to simply to think that legalizing the social escort industry will help

    i think in most other countries , there are police checks to ensure the women are doing it on their freewill and not forced although there is no water tight guarantee about that

    i think sabir has made a great point and pity he had to sort of back down from it ......it actually is a great topic for discussion as it applies not only to india but indeed worldwide

    thanks to all for allowing this discussion

    additionally i would say that legalizing the sex industry is a first step - it shifts the unwanted attentions to a specific group of women who supposedly are in "agreement " - it is an unfair solution as im extrapolating from member sabirs point of view and i would agree with him ( if i may without stepping on his toes- pardon ) - but its the best lousy solution in a very imperfect world

    of course the best would be to emulate gandhi or jesus - and treat women with respect and exercise self - control - not easy but they both showed it can be done
     
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  21. Sabir

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    @ Roma
    You surely have read the story of Baksura, the demon mentioned in Mahabharata. The villagers did not have the power to defeat him. So, they agreed to send one person every day to the demon to resist him from killing wantonly. Arya's suggestion (Of course I should have reacted in proper manner) reminds me the story of Bakasura. We dont have mean to kill the demon inside us, so we are thinking of sacrificing someone else to save our kins. But, we forget oneday our turn might come. Thousand of girls every are shoved in to flesh trade against their will every year by various means. Some are kidnapped, some are lured with the prospect of good jobs. Even there are cases where girls are sold by their lovers or husbands. There is no guarantee that our sisters and daughters are safe from it.

    Extreme lust and extreme greed are two demons inside us. If we cant curb them inside we will resort to crimes. Law and administration cant eliminate rubbery, corruption, smuggling etc. Does it mean we should provide sanctuary for the thugs so that they can do crime in controlled manner. Should we legislate that they can rub rich men or should we legalise bribery. Then why we are thinking of prostitution as an alternative of curbing crime against woman. What is the difference between a rape victim and a girl who is forced to do sex trade till she starts considering it her destiny and give up hope. Unfortunately nobody asks a prostitute while going to bed with her whether she came in this profession willingly.

    However the root of the problem ( I mean human trafficking) is not prostitution itself but the brothel system. If a person want to carry on this trade she /he should be allowed to do it only individually. But when they make a capitalist form of it ( means one person buys the girls and make money by using them in trade) the problem arises. Once a girl is brought here there is hardly any chance to get free. Banning prostitution or legalising it hardly makes any difference regarding the statistics of crime against woman. Some people have the pervert ambition of putting hand on things which dont belong to them. So , if not restricted they will get indulged in crimes including those against woman.
     
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