Delhi Nirbhaya rape death penalty
Four men found guilty of the gang-rape and murder of a 23-year-old woman on a bus in the Indian capital, Delhi, seven years ago have been hanged Four men found guilty of the gang-rape and murder of a 23-year-old woman on a bus in the Indian capital, Delhi, seven years ago have been hanged And that’s because despite the increased scrutiny of crimes against women since December 2012, similar violent incidents have continued to make headlines in India.
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According to government data, thousands of rapes take place every year and the numbers have been consistently rising over the years. Even so, the daily newspapers are full of horrific reports of violations and it seems no-one is safe – a victim could be an eight-month-old or a septuagenarian, she could be rich or poor or middle class, an assault could take place in a village or the big city, inside her own home or on the street. The rapists do not belong to a particular religion or caste, they come from different social and financial backgrounds
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She alleged that the police had ignored her complaints for months preceding that. In fact, she alleged they had colluded with the alleged rapist and arrested her father who then died in custody. Some say strict punishment, swiftly delivered, will instil a fear of the law in the public mind and deter rape, but experts say the only permanent solution to the problem is to dismantle the hold of patriarchal thinking, the mindset that regards women as being a man’s property. Last year, the government said they had started gender sensitisation programmes in schools to teach boys to learn to respect women. The idea, they said, was to catch them young, in their formative years, to make them better men