After the barbarity of the dreadful Delhi gang-rape case, immense light is continuously being thrown on various crimes against women in India. From minor acts of molestation to gruesome rapes and acid attacks to discovery of sex rackets and human …
After the barbarity of the dreadful Delhi gang-rape case, immense light is continuously being thrown on various crimes against women in India. From minor acts of molestation to gruesome rapes and acid attacks to discovery of sex rackets and human trafficking squads across the country, everything is on a high. The little that our slow Government has done for the victims of these horrendous acts is to pass the much awaited Criminal Law (Amendment) Bill 2013 and made it into law. The law has included many crimes which had never been covered earlier to this extent along with stringent punishments against each one of them. Over the years there have been millions of men, women and children who have severely suffered because of these issues and many have lost their lives while waiting for justice. But as educated and aware citizens of India, we must also know and understand what is really happening around us. There are numerous young girls and boys who fall prey to human trafficking. These children are either sold or forced into sex trade or many of them are put into servitude and/or bonded labor by pimps and traffickers. Such kids mostly belong to low castes and weaker sections of the society suffering from poverty and are generally picked up at the time when their families are in a dire need of money for survival. They are taken away from their villages and brought to bigger cities where they are given away to brothel owners for prostitution or are made to beg on traffic signals for a small amount of money. Many of them are kept in debt bondage by the sex-industry. Even after being remunerated, their income includes disease and violence along with small amount of cash, pushing them deeper into poverty. Also there are times when they are thrown away by their respective families under immense pressure to survive through their depressing conditions. But these kids and many women are constantly betrayed. They feel betrayed by family members who let them go, pimps and agents who sell and buy them, clients who rape them and a society and a country which does not stand by them. We're in a country which has ignored their absence of choices–simply because they were born poor and low-caste. Millions come and go, trying to stand up for themselves, willing to fight. But who lends them a hand to support? I think, none! It's time when we as responsible citizens are aware and spread awareness around us. Also, ensure that the government does its job properly by working towards these causes of concern and make the country a better place to live.
Despite of such a strong protests still the crime has not stopped.stringent laws needs to be made.
so guys suggest some ways for punishing them .Write it down here if you have any idea.
Making sterner laws and policies is a different matter, but what can be done to actually prevent such crimes? The upbringing of a child, specially a male child is a very important step. The inherent attitude of looking at a female as an object of physical satisfaction, needs to be checked by none other than the parents! As a male child attains puberty, he should be taught about basic etiquette and mannerism for his behavior and attitude towards girls. Respecting them is too much to ask, unless the lady is their own sister or mother, but the basic idea that a girl is just another human as he is, she has a life and a purpose just like a boy has. And she is not just a piece of sexual satisfaction. She can choose her partner, choose to marry or not . Basically it's her wish that also matters. This is the basic thing which needs to be inculcated into every boy, since childhood to prevent brutal sexual crimes.