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No adjournment in rape cases

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

WHEN the 8-year-old rape and murder case was taken up by the court, a hope was expressed by the people it would be completed soon and a death penalty would be passed against those who rape children below age of 11. The court case commenced all right but the case was adjourned. Delays occur in all courts and adjournments become unavoidable. Adjournments take place for one reason or the other. In the 8-year-old girl's case, there is an urgency. An important law has to be passed. In fact, there should be no adjournment at all.

Child rapes go on taking place in the country. After Surat, another child rape of a nine-year-girl has taken place in Gujarat. Two women leaders, Maneka Gandhi and Mehbooba Mufti, Chief Minister of Kashmir, are doing everything possible to get the anti-rape law passed. Except the born rapists, everyone in the country wants this law passed. It is becoming apparent that the threat to children is increasing with the passing of each day. Our children all over the nation are not safe. They have to be provided with proper security. We have to take necessary steps without delay. There are evidently quite a few monsters in the country. They feel free to go about attacking children and satisfy their monstrous desires. This is a matter which should attract the immediate attention of the government. Both Maneka Gandhi and Mehbooba Mufti are very much concerned and can be expected to provide the lead.

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