Nagaland lynching

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  1. Bangalorean

    Bangalorean Stars and Ambassadors Stars and Ambassadors

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    Merits a thread of its own. The incident is gruesome, but if it were really a rapist, one would probably have been ready to wink and look the other way, just this once. Turns out, it isn't that simple:

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    All our rape outrage over the last 3 years has gone in a totally wrong direction, with the draconian laws. Outrage-generator Arnab Goswami was screaming for "TOUGH LAWS" in his studio so loudly as if he himself was being raped right then. Moron mediamen cannot think beyond simplistic generalization, and they howled and ranted like a lynch mob for "tough laws". Of course, it was easiest for the Congress to get out of the tight spot and the heat of national outrage, by passing "tough laws".

    No hard work in terms of police reforms, judicial reforms, quick judgements, ensuring that the law actually works. "Tough laws".

    Enjoy your "tough laws" dickheads, you earned them.
     
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    Lack of enforcement or implementation can't be substituted by tougher laws. It makes things worse.

    This is the direction some of our laws are moving. Which can make things worse.

    The enforcement problem has to be tackled in its own merit.
     
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    Hysteria creation by media..... successful.
     
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    Whatever.

    Let the Courts decide and not the mobs.
     
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    [tweet]573802096887119873[/tweet]

    Await further details.
     
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    PredictablyMalicious Punjabi Senior Member

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    This sort of stuff makes my blood boil. Now instead of having strict enforcement of law and due process, you have vigilante mob lynchings. You've just gone from bad to worse. Turns out the guy didn't even rape her. He's the only guy in the history of India to get lynched by a mob for alleged rape and turns out he was innocent. Damn, that's one unlucky dude.
     
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    How-many intellectuals/media really want to change the system, NIL .Nirbhaya case filed in may 2014 in SC still not a single hearing,pathetic judiciary of-course police too.
     
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    Rather than a spontaneous mob, I have doubts this is an orchestrated mob. Who instigated is a question (there can be a few suspect org.).

    Rather than lock up this was jail which was broken into, so the case is old (at least more than a week), so whom to choose (to lynch) was perfectly deliberated. And to gather thousands in mob too would have taken time.

    So, whether it is just fishing in troubled waters or there is something more sinister is to be seen.
     
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    It seems there was sec 144 before the incident. Public requested it to be relaxed for a couple of hours for a public meeting. And some idiot agreed to this.
     
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    The DM has been removed, most probably since Sec 144 had been relaxed.

    Was the rapist a local?
     
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    rock127 Maulana Rockullah Senior Member

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    There are enough "Tough Laws" and need is to put things on fast track and non-biased ways to follow the case.

    btw today read a FALSE RAPE CASE which was put on 2 Amity students.Just think if same Mob Lynch would have happened these guys would have met a brutal painful death. :tsk:

    Court acquits Amity rape accused, says evidence cooked up - The Times of India

     
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    yeah just imagine, it is later found out that some else did the rape.
     
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    rohtak sisters haryana(both boys lost army career).
     
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  15. Bangalorean

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    Latest news is that the lady had a dispute with the man - he did not pay her the money he was demanding. So she slapped a rape case. Not sure how that degenerated into this mob attack. Awaiting further details.
    @rock127, it is horrifying to read such news articles like you have posted. The draconian law should be repealed, and we should just focus on fair and just implementation of pre-existing laws.

    Those girls who accused the boys of gangrape/rape should be severely punished - their careers and lives should be ruined. That is what they tried to do to other innocent people, they deserve no better.
     
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    Indeed... cases like below would make every new rape case sound as false and fabricated.

    So RAPE is getting used as a REVENGE TACTIC by some Women. :tsk:



    btw... the new thread is created since it's a serious stuff how women are using "RAPE" as "Brahamstra" in case Men do not do what they want.

    http://defenceforumindia.com/forum/...used-says-evidence-cooked-up.html#post1014049
     
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    Man lynched in Dimapur had 3 brothers in Indian Army, incl one Inamuddin Khan who succumbed to injuries in Kargil war, 2 still serving (2/2)

    https://t.co/jyKp7rXwfG

    ps- unconfirmed!
     
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    If things turn out to be true, that he was actually being framed by girl , then ,

    a new CASE STUDY : "Impact of Media on Internal Security" , need to be considered seriously by members of this forum.
     
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    News coming in, fairly reliable sources: this man was from Assam, and not an illegal Bangladeshi.

    Another news (less reliable source, please await confirmation on this one), that the lynched person's three brothers serve in Indian Army. One of them Kargil veteran.

    I reiterate, the second information (Army info) is very unreliable, please await 100% confirmation before tweeting or propagating that point.
     
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    Draconian laws cannot be a substitute for law enforcement. In India there are many outdated laws, but the main problem is enforcement, especially when the rich, powerful and influential are guilty. Unless that changes, nothing changes and that can only change with education.
     
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    Wht's real story diff versions coming? He's Indian or bangladeshi?
     

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