Dr.Arwind Dubey
Dr.Arwind Dubey

CM herself is lady but support rapist and rape victim as maoist

Debabrata Bagchi
Debabrata Bagchi
  • Dr.Arwind Dubey

I'M AGREE WITH YOU.......................@DR. ARWINDJI

Dr.Arwind Dubey
Dr.Arwind Dubey
  • Dr.Arwind Dubey

thanks

Saumya Raychaudhuri
Saumya Raychaudhuri
  • Dr.Arwind Dubey

yes

Abhijit Banerjee
Abhijit Banerjee

I can't understand why Ms Mamata Banerjee takes all these ill as she is doing it.As soon she starts defending the miscreants get encouraged. Any criticism makes her angry as if it (the crime) was being organised by her party-TMC. Example to be set by her govt to convince people that they're serious.So far,I'm sorry to say,actions do not say so. Total failure in all front.

Arabinda Bhattacharjee
Arabinda Bhattacharjee

Such heinious acts of rape reminds me post partition riots as potrayed by Khuswant Singh or Sadat Hossain Manto. They still continue to plague our country and I beleive most of them still go unreported. Our state West Bengal and Punjab were worst affected by riots. Later in Punjab it's rare happening but in West Bengal it's regular affair! Politico, pollice and hoodlum nexus is the breeding ground in most of such case as in Barasat. Unless the nexus is broken; this will continue for ever.

Debjyoti Bhattacharyya
Debjyoti Bhattacharyya

whenever such crimes come into news there is a flurry protests for a month. The criminals & their associates know it well and wait out that time. The real problem for the victim begins after that. The institutions bury the case in the backyard , the intellectuals go for some new program, and life moves on. All promises are forgotten, all the candlesticks burn out and the victimised family is forced to accept their fate and the culprits start afresh. Writing a...

whenever such crimes come into news there is a flurry protests for a month. The criminals & their associates know it well and wait out that time. The real problem for the victim begins after that. The institutions bury the case in the backyard , the intellectuals go for some new program, and life moves on. All promises are forgotten, all the candlesticks burn out and the victimised family is forced to accept their fate and the culprits start afresh. Writing a letter to the insensitive Govt machinery will not solve any problem. They will laugh at us and throw our well crafted letter in waste bin. If our concern is real, can we think about a group who will continue to work for a victim's family beyond that glam period of one month for as long as it is required to ensure that perpetrators of the crime are brought to book and the victims family get's whatever support they need as long as needed. I shall love to be part of such group. Any takers?

Gautam Chaudhuri
Gautam Chaudhuri

I think a demand should be raised to the Govt. in addition for undertaking an awareness campaign for the common citizens on which laws are there for them in this regard and how to take advantage of those laws. Many of us fail to understand that irrespective of the colour of the Govt. these demands need be raised to stop violence perpetrated on our own sisters and daughters, even if no protest was raised earlier. That should not be any excuse to keep silent now too when our...

I think a demand should be raised to the Govt. in addition for undertaking an awareness campaign for the common citizens on which laws are there for them in this regard and how to take advantage of those laws. Many of us fail to understand that irrespective of the colour of the Govt. these demands need be raised to stop violence perpetrated on our own sisters and daughters, even if no protest was raised earlier. That should not be any excuse to keep silent now too when our state is at the top of those violence. And the fact is that, many protests and legal steps were also made in the earlier regime by democratic forces and particularly Human Rights organisations. This is deplorable to try to politicise the issue and thus protect the perprtrators.

Gautam Chaudhuri
Gautam Chaudhuri

I think a demand should be raised in addition for undertaking an awareness campaign for the common citizens which laws are there for them in this regard and how to take advantage of those laws.

Dilip Mishra
Dilip Mishra

Having seen so many petitions being signed/floated around and seeing no tangible actions forthcoming, I am disillusioned. Let us think deeply and understand the root cause of the problem. Why is it that we always the administration/political parties to take action?? Why can't we the citizens be involved in bringing in the change in our own sphere of influence.

Atrayee Basu
Atrayee Basu

We have to be strong, upright and a little bit more compassionate, that can make the difference

Subhayan Chaudhuri
Subhayan Chaudhuri

do these thiongs work??

Jaydeb Gupta
Jaydeb Gupta

In male chauvinist society, the society believes that a rape victim becomes physically unholy. Let us declare that if a man never becomes physically unholy, a woman also never becomes unholy. Body never becomes unholy. It is only our thoughts and useless beliefs that are dirty. We like to declare that socially a rape victim should be considered as holy as before. But the men involved in rape should be punished. If law fails, society should think to eradicate rapists from the society.

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