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 Petition against Indian Government's role in the proliferation of rapists
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Posted on 12-27-12 10:55 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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How many people are not troubled when they hear about rape of a minor? How about a 6 year old girl snached away from her family and forced into prostitution?

In today's day and age when children's and women's rights are in the forefronts of media scrutiny and politics, many democratic countries put children's right in front of other needs. A child has a right to be taken care of and protected. Democratic countries even shun foreign products and companies that are known to have used child labor since abuse of children is a very disturbing matter and we should never encourage it in any way, shape or form. Any crime on children is met with the worst possible punishment for the perpetrators.

Living in the US, we take this for granted that the law protects our children. The US has been known to liberate oppressed citizens of many countries, and to set trade embargoes on other countries who do not follow the democratic norm or practice human rights.

Currently, the US has a very favorable trade treaty with India, as India is one of the fastest growing economy in the world. Even India prides itself as being one of the modern, democratic and influential countries in the world.

One very disturbing open practice of forced prostitution of minors is being overlooked by the whole world and it is difficult for a common layman to even begin to justify how such an inhumane conditions worse than slavery can still exists in a democratic country like India, in the 21st century, and no other defender of democracy and children's right have made it a public issue to end such gruesome conditions that exists in the Red Light districts of India?

What happens in the Red Light district every day is that girls as young as 5-6 are lured/stolen from thier families trafficked to the Red Light District and sold in brothels where they are harassed, beaten and forced into prostitution with as many as 20-30 men a day. Obviously everyone knows it's wrong and there are some organizations like Maiti Nepal, which tries to intercept such traffickers at the Nepal-India border, whose founder received the CNN Hero Award last year.

Why is the Indian government not proactively trying to stop this practice? When the Indian Government does not do anything about this, it is responsible for proliferation of rapists who rape these unfortunate minors and women day in and day out. When the Government allows such things to go about without any strict measures to stop it, it spills out into mainstream life where men think it's okay to rape women anywhere. If they can rape innocent, unwilling, underage women in brothels what is stopping themfrom raping other women in general day to day life when they get a fleeting chance?

Anyone with any respect for humanity has to denounce this practice and the stark inability and negligence by the Indian Government; and demand the indian govt to act upon it.

Rape is becoming very common in India and the most recent rape and mutilation in the bus has clearly shown that rape is becoming rampant and that it is clearly a result of a long term mass negligence of daily rape that is allowed to take place in the red light districts, without any government intervention.

The current rage in India regarding the rape and mutilation has to reach the highest government priorities in order to curb this raping of humanity due to government inaction.

Indian Government, it's time to wake up.

 
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This was a recent tweet by Farhan Akhtar - @FarOutAkhtar "GvtOfIndia seeking citizen's thoughts on how 2improve legal responses to sexual violence http://pic.twitter.com/tagjILVw
 
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There is an Ape in every Rape. Asian culture cannot handle the modernisation process. Scantily clad girls are deemed as prostitutes. The other thing is that we have become such a regimented society that people have lost any fear to do things.
For example, back in 80s i remember in Nepal, if there was a robber or someone misbehaving, general public would get together and teach him a lesson. Now, noone bothers and just watches tamasha. I remember those times when one was walking at 1am in the morning along a street and you saw someone, you actually felt safe. Seeing another human used to be reassuring. These days you would feel scared. We need to revert back to the old times where as a society we took responsibility for safety to some extent. 
 
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Rape happens in nepal too but in compare to india its like nothing.
They really need to do something for it.
 


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