B. Judicial System
Even While we Worship Females as Goddesses in temples, the society at large considers them merely as objects and commodities. Females are killed before birth, starved and neglected as babies, denied education, respect, safety, freedom, brought up to be bartered into marriage, beaten, raped and burned. Putting the blame entirely on Police and Judiciary would be really wrong. Society, is the main culprit for the rise in atrocities against women. Rape is not simply about law and order, or about deranged individuals. Nor is the problem going to be solved by more laws, more police on our streets, more CCTV Cameras on our buses or stiffer sentences for rapists. These will address only the symptoms. It is important to address the disease. Why Death Penalty is not the Right Legal Response ?
At Present, the rate of conviction of rape crimes is a mere 26% . Death Penalty will decrease this rate of conviction further as the judge will be hesitant in awarding it; it is given only in rarest of the rare crimes. Further, making it mandatory will make it more likely that a rapist kills his victim. How Castration would not be a detterent ?
Rape is not about Sex. Rape is about Power, Violence, Intimidation and humiliation. Sex is only a mechanism to achieve those aims. So, What is the Solution ?
[tabcontainer] [tabtext]Quality of Policing[/tabtext] [tabtext]Judiciary[/tabtext] [tabtext]Workplaces[/tabtext] [tabtext]Schools and Educational Instituitions[/tabtext] [tabtext]Role Models[/tabtext] [tabtext]Parents and Society[/tabtext][tabtext]Youths[/tabtext] [/tabcontainer] [tabcontent] In Delhi, the ratio of police to the population is 500:1 Lakh, in neighbouring UP which contributes several districts to the National Capitol Region, it is only 170: 1 Lakh. As of Jan 1, 2011 there were only 442 Women Police stations across India. 13 States and UT’s including Delhi...