Yet another rape case in NCR :(

Discussion in 'The ChitChat Lounge' started by rickkkyrich, Feb 27, 2012.

  1. rickkkyrich

    rickkkyrich Guest

    The first thing i saw when i picked up the newspaper this morning was this news of a 17 year old girl raped by her friends in Noida. I threw away the paper that very moment coz things like these makes me annoyed and full of rage. I feel so pissed off.
    I think law has to strict for rape cases. Is there nothing we can do?
  2. horsesmouth

    horsesmouth Active Member

    Thou shaln't see, speak or act. These things are media rage for 2-3 days max and then they die out. Also depends on the accused (rather his father's) social status. ....... Best you can do is, keep your female relatives outta there, unless you have the time, money and energy to bring about a revolution. But it finally rests with the people. No matter how strict you make the law, rich people will always get away. A well known indian judge once said that: Indian laws are not made for the rich/influential.
  3. rickkkyrich

    rickkkyrich Guest

    One reason why there are no strict laws for rape cases is that most of the rapists are sons/relatives of the law makers..
  4. nandy0894

    nandy0894 New Member

    many laws r made..none followed...
    all we can do is to keep our minds clean..nd try to stop others ..and if we can't do tht..
    just try to help them to at in the police
    but then again the vicious cycle goes on

    the victim musters enough courage to go the police..but guess what happens? police harasses them further..seriously feel like killing such people..who have law in their hands but look at the mentality..!

    i don't think ther's any solution ..
  5. nandy0894

    nandy0894 New Member


    i dun think jus rich and influential or educated lot do that..
    i think their minds are clouded by irrationality and they can't think or see or feel anything to act so brutally..
    take a look on regions like haryana..not such a rich state but all such sort of crimes tk place ther..
  6. horsesmouth

    horsesmouth Active Member

    its a part of growing up, family conditions, etc... And region too. The major difference in mumbai and delhi(and suburbs) is extreme westernisation. Not that its bad, but there's still lots of differences between the west and delhi too. For eg., the age when boys and girls get wasted for the first time. This acts like a stretched cord, even though they developed to the point of mimicking almost everythig, they're still not allowed proper *** education, which is a must in the US. And ours still is a male dominated society, leading to the disgusting mentality.
  7. alpha1

    alpha1 I BLUES!

    Not particularly related to this case - but if we had an archival where all misdeeds/inaction by Police is recorded in detail.
    Even for small offences.
    And similarly for offences committed by the Police personnel themselves.
  8. arniehawk

    arniehawk New Member

    Ppl who do such thngs r mentally sick
    nd we ppl r bloody helpless
    aur is gen k logo(m not pointing all of them) k dimag me gandagi bhari hui hai
    jaha ladki dekhi start ho gaye
    nd hey by makin *** education compulsory will also not help at large coz its abt d thnkng nd this edu. Is not goin 2 change the thinkin of such ppl.
    Our law n order system sucks
  9. mermaid

    mermaid New Member

    I think its da same every where, nt particularly west or north, its just dat north being a lil backward in such matters. i bleive its the public who needs to get alert, alert in helping such poor or illiterate people to stand up for themselves, as there r so many rape cases which dnt evn hit the media attntion, here v r just r talking abt the once whch we read, bt wat abt those gals for eg : who r taken as maids and they get raped everyday, and dat too minors. I pity the thght process of every individual :(
  10. alpha1

    alpha1 I BLUES!

    Being on-topic for once:
    The problem is with discipline.

    Unfortunately most human beings are not intelligent enough to understand the importance of discipline on their own.
    Hence, the ruthlessness of army training.

    The same has to happen in this case. (a)Strong laws, (b)strong law enforcers, and (c)strong law enforcement.
    (a) is here.
    (b) and (c) needs pro-activeness from public.
    But then the public is thoroughly indisciplined, and thus does not care about law.
    So even if by some chance (b) becomes a reality, (c) will never.

    So its a catch-22.
  11. Morbid_Angel

    Morbid_Angel Sid the sloth

    hey calm down buddy, no need to be letting go steam and being full of rage at things we can't control

    it happens everywhere, just too much in those areas i guess but it'll change (hopefully before our species is wiped out)

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