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Hyderabad horror

sravna

Well-known member
One more brutal rape and murder. Let us focus on the problem, think it away and ensure it is the last such case.
 

Maha52

Member
Sir

Consumption of alcohol seems to be the cause of most of the crimes.


What Are Alcohol-Related Crimes?

Alcohol plays a large role in criminal activities and violence. Excessive drinking has the ability to lower inhibitions, impair a person’s judgement and increase the risk of aggressive behaviors. Because of this, alcohol-related violence and crime rates are on the rise throughout the country.

Over the past several decades, researchers have examined the relationship between alcohol, drugs and crime. Data suggests that engaging in prolonged drinking or binge drinking significantly increases your risk of committing violent offenses. Giving in to the harmful effects of alcohol can change your life in an instant. Not only are you jeopardizing your future, you are also putting others in danger. Criminal activities come with severe consequences such as time in jail, legal fees and other court-ordered penalties.

Source: https://www.alcoholrehabguide.org/alcohol/crimes/

A detailed study behind most of grave crimes may reveal that they are alcohol related.

It is the Government that sells Alcohol. In Tamil Nadu it is TASMAC.. Can we stop this.........as a first step??
 

sravna

Well-known member
Sir

Consumption of alcohol seems to be the cause of most of the crimes.


What Are Alcohol-Related Crimes?

Alcohol plays a large role in criminal activities and violence. Excessive drinking has the ability to lower inhibitions, impair a person’s judgement and increase the risk of aggressive behaviors. Because of this, alcohol-related violence and crime rates are on the rise throughout the country.

Over the past several decades, researchers have examined the relationship between alcohol, drugs and crime. Data suggests that engaging in prolonged drinking or binge drinking significantly increases your risk of committing violent offenses. Giving in to the harmful effects of alcohol can change your life in an instant. Not only are you jeopardizing your future, you are also putting others in danger. Criminal activities come with severe consequences such as time in jail, legal fees and other court-ordered penalties.

Source: https://www.alcoholrehabguide.org/alcohol/crimes/

A detailed study behind most of grave crimes may reveal that they are alcohol related.

It is the Government that sells Alcohol. In Tamil Nadu it is TASMAC.. Can we stop this.........as a first step??
That is a good lead. It is not only alcohol drunk but also power drunk in many daring cases. Let us work on that
 

Maha52

Member
Sexual violence back
to the fore in India


Little has changed since 2012 when a gang rape in Delhi sparked global outrage.

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The brutalisation of women in India has increased alarmingly in recent times. Rape, molestation, and abuse have spiralled out of control, with the incidents of violence becoming uglier and more frightening.
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The statistics speaks for themselves. According to data from India’s National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB), the country recorded more than 36,000 cases of rape, sexual assault, and similar offences against children in 2016. The rising number of cases and the inordinately low conviction rate have brought no cheer to victims.

Violence against women happens everywhere. While its causes vary in different settings, in India the root of sexual violence is largely seeped in cultural factors and values that have continued in perpetuity. These have engendered beliefs in male superiority and the social inferiority of women.

It’s unclear whether the series of attacks in recent months will prompt soul-searching among the authorities about their failure in this area. A lot still needs to be done to make women feel safe in India, and especially to address attitudes that legitimise violence and discrimination against women.

There do not seem to be any easy answers to the problem, especially in a climate where sexual violence has become normalised and capital punishment against offenders has failed to act as a deterrent. Safe spaces for women are still a long way off.


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Maha52

Member
We have lot of laws to prevent crimes and punish the offenders

There is a force..a dedicated force to implement the laws.

But the rate of crimes keep on increasing day by day.

Out-on-bail rapist attacked the victim...she is now critical.

Rape accused commits another grave crime !!

Even inside the prison, he may try to commit another crime.

And this is the state of affairs ..one cannot straighten the kink in the dog's tail.

Rajasthan: Rape accused Tinku Anwar gets bail after 2 months, takes friends to stab his victim and her husband, both critical

The four attackers, Tinku Anwar, Sikku, Shahrukh and Abrar, all residents of Kota, have been booked under Indian Penal Code (IPC) section 307 (attempt to murder).

In a shocking incident, an out-on-bail rapist has attacked and stabbed the rape survivor and her husband in Kota, Rajasthan. The culprit, along with three other criminals, has stabbed the husband and then went on to stab the victim.

The main accused Tinku Anwar, who was out on bail, first attacked the victim’s husband with a knife in a busy market place before fleeing away with his accomplices. He then allegedly went to the victim’s house and stabbed her too.

The woman and her husband have been admitted to the MBS hospital and she is said to be extremely critical.

 
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Maha52

Member
To days's news.... two more minor girls abducted and raped...

Kolkata: Two minor girls abducted from outside Kalighat temple and raped by one youth and two minor boys

The three accused have been booked under section 363 (kidnapping) of the IPC and Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act, 2012.

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On the day that heinous crime of gang-rape and murder came to the fore from Hyderabad, another shocker is being reported from Kolkata. In yet another horrific incident, two minor girls who begged outside the Kalighat temple in South Kolkata were allegedly abducted by three youths, two in them teenagers, and thereafter raped them on the banks of Adi Ganga, confirmed a police officer on Friday.

According to the officer, the two girls were abducted on Thursday afternoon by the three men who then took them to the banks of Adi Ganga (the nearly 75-km-long original channel of river Ganga) near Machandi Ashram and raped them. Acording to reports, the three men had took the girls with them promising them money and work.

“The three boys then took the girls to the banks of Adi Ganga (the nearly 75-km-long original channel of river Ganga) near Machandi Ashram and gang-raped them,” he said.
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The three accused have been booked under section 363 (kidnapping) of the IPC and Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act, 2012.

In another spine chilling incident, a 27-year-old veterinarian Dr Potula Priyanka Reddy was brutally raped, murdered and set ablaze in the outskirts of Hyderabad city on Wednesday night. The Telangana police have now confirmed that Priyanka Reddy was kidnapped and gang-raped. Four people have been reportedly arrested in connection with the case. They have been identified as Mohammad Pasha, Naveen, Kesavulu, and Siva.

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Maha52

Member
This is todays news........

It appears crime keeps increasing....
Another woman's burnt body found close to where Hyd vet was raped and killed

Police have registered a case of suspicious death, and the inquiry is underway, they are also looking at the angle of self-immolation

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renuka

Well-known member
What is happening?
Rape and murder seems like nothing!
The criminals look very young too..wonder how its so easy for them to rape and kill.
Something is seriously wrong.
Security needs to be beefed up!

This happened near a toll house.
Here toll houses have their own toll highway patrol to help in breakdowns and flat tyres.

Its high time money is spent on safety of humans in India and stricter laws for rape.
Its so sad to imagine what Dr Priyanka Reddy went through.
 

Maha52

Member
Last two days we have seen full rapist news in most of the medias. Yesterday - Priyanka Reddy and today Roja.

We are inclined to think that in India women not living in safe.

Government of India should make severe law and strict punishment

Horror story continues as another charred body of a woman found in Hyderabad Raise your voice before diabolical order becomes a way of life, there is no place rapists in our society
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Dalit woman in Kancheepuram found dead with burns and bruises, boyfriend held

The accused Rajesh had reportedly assured the woman's family that he would drop her back home.
Preliminary investigations revealed that the woman had been in a relationship with Rajesh. Rajesh, who lived in the neighbouring village, had allegedly told the woman’s father on November 21 (the day she had gone missing) that he would drop her back home. However, the woman did not reach home that night.

According to her father’s complaint to the police, Rajesh and his daughter were in a relationship and he had told his daughter to forget Rajesh since he belonged to a dominant caste group. “The day my daughter was found dead, my wife and I confronted Rajesh and initially he blamed my daughter for her own death. But a while later he said that my daughter died because of him and challenged me to do whatever I can,” read the complaint.

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Maha52

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Finally, trial in rape case against Bishop Franco to begin on Saturday

According to a source in Jalandhar, Franco has left for the trial in Kerala along with 20 other priests.

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The Bishop of Jalandhar diocese has been accused of raping a nun of the Missionaries of Jesus congregation in Kerala multiple times between 2014 and 2016. It was only seven months after his arrest on September 28, 2018, that the Special Investigation Team (SIT) of the Kerala police filed the chargesheet on April 9. And this after the fellow nuns of the survivor submitted a petition.

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Maha52

Member
Two Elderly Men Rape 50-year-old Woman Facing Social Ostracism in Gujarat's Banaskantha

The 50-year-old survivor was raped in Thara town over a month ago by two elders of her community who lured her on the pretext of bringing her family back into the caste fold.

 

Maha52

Member
Hyderabad: School headmaster held on rape charges

HYDERABAD: The headmaster of a school and his wife were arrested here following allegations of rape levelled against against him by a minor girl student, police said on Saturday

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Maha52

Member
Look at the dates of each of these heinous crimes. These offences were committed recently
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Woman gang-raped in Noida park

NOIDA: A 21-year-old woman was allegedly raped by five men in a park here where she had reached to meet a friend in the hope of finding a job but was molested by him also, police said on Friday.

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drsundaram

Active member
can we stop communalising rape? Hindu girl, muslim girl, hindu men , muslim men , It is ridiculous. i can not imagine what the victim's family going thro. Some times i am highly frustrated with the society. On deep analysis, I think, administrators, politicians who are selfish are responsible and very unfortunate;y they go unpunished by virtue of the affluence and influence. Innocents and victims are those who sent them to use power.
 

prasad1

Well-known member
Even if laws are changed and strengthened, is it easier now for survivors to seek justice? There is no denying that the changes in law have been mostly progressive and essential. In each instance, they happened because of public mobilization by civil society groups that put pressure on the government to act. Not one amendment to the law concerning violence against women has been the result of lawmakers themselves recognizing the need to change it. Yet, the systemic problems in India’s criminal justice system that stymie even the most effective laws remain largely unaddressed.

For every case where there is a ruling, there are literally thousands that never come to court. In fact, the first hurdle that women must overcome is the unfriendly police station where if you are poor, you are never believed if you say you have been raped. Even special cells for women, and police stations with only women personnel, have not made a noticeable dent on this reality.

If somehow you go past that hurdle and get your case registered, the next step is equally harrowing, the process of undergoing a medical examination. Until recently, something called the ‘two-finger test’ was permitted in the medical examination conducted on a rape survivor. This was done by literally inserting two fingers into her vagina to determine whether she had been penetrated. If her hymen was broken and the fingers could be easily inserted, it was deemed that she was ‘habituated to sex’, a factor that was used against Mathura, the very first case that took on such a public profile.

Years of campaigning by women’s groups finally ended this practice officially. In 2013, the Supreme Court ruled that such a test violated a woman’s right to privacy. In 2014, the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) recommended guidelines that prohibited the use of the two-finger test. These were part of the notification sent out by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare to all states with guidelines for medical professionals on medico-legal care for rape survivors. As health is a state subject, these guidelines were not adopted uniformly as a 2017 Human Rights Watch (HRW) investigation into twenty-one cases of rape and sexual assault in India found. While in some states the two-finger test continued to be used, even in the nine states where it had been expressly prohibited, doctors were either ignorant about the rule, or continued to use it anyway.


 
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