Woman in India Kidnapped and Gang Raped After Refusing Abortion

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    Woman in India Kidnapped and Gang Raped After Refusing Abortion | LifeNews.com

    Woman in India Kidnapped and Gang Raped After Refusing Abortion
    by Sarah Terzo | Agroha, India | LifeNews.com | 3/12/13 11:19 AM

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    ShareIn a horrific case of attempted forced abortion, an Indian woman was kidnapped and gang raped on her husband’s orders after she refused to get an abortion.

    The five-month pregnant victim is 22 years old and lives in Hisar, India. Her husband had pressured her to have an abortion and, when she refused, he decided to punish her. The woman was kidnapped on March 4, 2013, held for five days, and repeatedly raped. According to the victim:

    “I’m five-months pregnant but my husband wanted to abort the baby. I refused. To teach me a lesson, they first kidnapped me and took me to a liquor vend where they raped me.”

    Three men were involved in the rape. When she finally was released, she contacted police.

    After a medical examination, the police arrested Sunil and several other men. On the day that she was kidnapped, Sunil contacted police and filed a missing person report according to S-I Rajender Prasad of Agroha police station.

    Violence against pregnant women who refuse abortion is prevalent everywhere, not just in India. There’ve been many cases in the United States. In one case, 38-year-old Kevin Robinson stabbed 21-year-old Shawn Kristopher, his 15-year-old pregnant girlfriend, to death after he insisted she abort in an effort to hide their relationship. 21-year-old Shawn Kristopher Holliman was given the death penalty for shooting his pregnant partner in the head after she refused to abort. 18-year-old Kalisha Bosier was also shot in the head just two weeks before her due date by an angry partner.
     
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    nimo_cn Senior Member Senior Member

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    All abortions in India consensual?
     
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    That one just happened 17 hours ago
     
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    LifeSiteNews Mobile | Indian mother forced to abort 5 daughters
    Indian mother forced to abort 5 daughters

    AHMEDABAD, India, April 23, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) – After the horrific experience of being forced to abort five daughters, a mother in India has risen from the ashes to become a champion for Indian wives and mothers who suffer abuse, rejection, and even torture from a husband or in-laws who, in a male-obsessed culture, demand a male heir, reports the Times of India.

    Amisha Bhatt, 36, was coerced to undergo illegal ultrasounds to determine the sex of her babies between August 2001 and January 2009. When each test revealed that Amisha was pregnant with a girl, her husband and in-laws relentlessly forced her to abort. Her first daughter was aborted immediately after her first ultrasound visit in August 2001.

    “My husband and his parents are obsessed with having a boy in the family,” Amisha told the Ahmedabad Mirror in 2009. “They don’t consider me a human being. They think I am a [baby making] machine,” she said.

    “In the past nine years, they have coerced me into aborting five female fetuses.”

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    One of Amisha’s daughters was remarkably spared the terrible fate of her sisters. “When I was pregnant the third time, I had gone for a wedding where I fell ill and was packed off to my parents’ place. This is how I gave birth to a girl child Kamya,” said Amisha to the Times of India in 2009.

    The birth of Kamya only increased the often-violent pressure that Amisha’s husband exerted on her to bear for him a male child.

    By early 2009, Amisha was rejected by her husband and thrown out of her house. “My mother-in-law said she would get another daughter-in-law who would give birth to a male child,” Amisha said at that time.

    But Amisha wanted justice for her daughters murdered through abortion and for the abuses she had suffered. She lodged a complaint against her husband and in-laws in 2009 with the police. She also filed a complaint to the Minister of Health against the doctors who had performed the illegal ultrasounds and the prohibited sex selection abortions. She based her complaint on her country’s 1994 Pre-Conception & Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques Act, (PCPNDT Act) which prohibits sex determination ultrasounds and sex selective abortions.

    The Act also offers India’s pregnant women legal protection from coercion, stating that “no person including a relative or husband of the pregnant woman shall seek or encourage the conduct of any pre-natal diagnostic techniques on her.”

    The Minister of Health examined the official records from the clinics that performed the illegal procedures on Amisha, but found that none of her procedures had been recorded.

    “This meant that the government had no information on the tests conducted on me, as mandated under the PCPNDT Act. There may have been many such women like me. The doctors were maintaining a secret list of patients on which sex determination tests were being conducted,” Amisha said.

    Amisha then handed over to the Minister of Health her ultrasound reports and receipts from the clinics who had performed the illegal ultrasound tests and sex selective abortions. A further investigation by the Minister of Health uncovered a mutually beneficial relationship that existed secretly between the ultrasound clinic that was offering the illegal tests and the abortion clinic that had been killing the unborn girls.

    “The records revealed an ugly truth,” said Dr. Rajendra Shukla of Yogkshem Manav Sansthan, an organization to protect human dignity that helped Amisha with her case.

    “Amisha’s name was not mentioned in the [clinic’s] monthly reports sent to the health officers. We proved the abortion and sonography [procedures had happened] with help of the bills of the doctors. The form ‘F’ for sonography did not have signature of Amisha’s, [which is] a prerequisite.”

    “We submitted the proofs to the health officials and blew lid off the scam,” she said.

    Due to Amisha’s courageous stand to seek justice for herself and to honor her murdered daughters, the licenses of two of her doctors have been revoked for malpractice, according to the Times of India. The state government has also reportedly reviewed the standards for the monthly reports that doctors are required to submit.
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    I presume in China there are no gang rapes for equally idiotic is reason, right?

    Just wanted to know since rapes and abortion seems to be your flavour of the moment!

    In China, correct me if I am wrong, this one child policy and abortion is leading to homosexuality


    We are fortunate that there is no clamour for same sex marriage

    Our societal norms prevail and we are not apeing the West as is China!.




    Would this be correct:

     
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    well a crime and it happens in every country but in India media is selling hot dish, is there any country where raped didn't occurred

    just a crime we can reduce the crime but cant stop crime , that's in every society ..
     
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    isolated case , what is ur point
     
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    Could i presume that there were no abortions in India when Indians were posting about abortions in China?

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    well if you want to talk on low level then its your wish or you can ignore it . as i am doing
     
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    of course, so sad that the media is overhyping it.

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    This is a free country.

    Abortion, is decided by the individual in consultation with the family.


    what a crap!

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    nimo_cn Senior Member Senior Member

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    Since the DFI mentor is not sticking to the topic, then I just I can just follow the suit.
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    Homosexuality 'an imported disease' says health chief - News - Scotsman.com
    Homosexuality 'an imported disease' says health chief
    Published on Tuesday 5 July 2011 16:07

    INDIA'S health minister has derided homosexuality as an unnatural "disease" from the West at an HIV/Aids conference.

    The comments, made on Monday by health minister Ghulam Nabi Azad at the conference in New Delhi, echoed a common claim in the conservative country that homosexuality is a western import.




    Mr Azad said: "Unfortunately this disease has come to our country too … where a man has sex with another man, which is completely unnatural and should not happen but does."


    It seems that the growing sex ration in India is turning Indian male into gay
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    Sex ratio means men may have to turn gay: Farooq | NDTV.com
    Sex ratio means men may have to turn gay: Farooq

    New Delhi: Concerned over the growing uneven sex ratio in the country, Union Minister Farooq Abdullah today said there will be a day when men will have "no girls to marry" and they may have to turn "gay".

    "The day is not far when there will be no girls to marry and we'll all become gays. That might happen," he said, while trying to drive home the point that there should be no threat to the girl child.
     
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    What a typically silly Chinese archetypal attitude to answer an issue.

    The fact that there are abortions in India and none denies that, the feigned incredulity displayed by you over gang rape in India appears to be a outright trolling as if you are surprised that there are gang rapes around the world and as if there were none in China!

    Everything that is not dictated to you by your Communist overlords is 'carp'.

    I am not surprised that you have an affinity to 'feces' in all forms!

    I was merely answering your juvenility and your following 'suit' is misplaced since my was to answer your inane post, while it in no way gives you licence to go berserk like a tinker gypsy!

    As far as the two ministers you have quoted, their response is as per their Koranic teachings. It appears you know so little wherein you forget India is a multicultural, multi linguist, multi religious country, where each has and can indicate their own values and have not been forced to become one homogeneous formless mass as in China called Han!
     
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    nimo the Chinese seems to be on full troll mode and fav subject is what Pakis have....nimo earns his/her 50 cents.

    How come Chinese and Pakis behaving so much same these days? :hmm:

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    Discuss issues not individual cases.
     
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