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Pardon us Soumya, we are helpless

I am writing this post with tears in my eyes. Being a mother, I can’t remain unmoved by what is one of the quintessential examples of injustice. Soumya’s mother’s wailing still echoes in my ears.
Well, what should we assume with today’s judgment? There was evidence for cruel rape but not for murder. Seriously? She died the same night and still, we need bloody evidence. And what else, this is not the rarest of the rare case. Okay, so from today onwards a group of perverts set out for a rape and murder spree. In a year, however brutal the crime be, it will no longer be a rarity.

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Let’s start teaching our children to cooperate if someone tries to molest them. Pun intended this time. At least we will have them with us, with or without self-respect. I have always beamed in pride at my country and its cultural heritage. But now it is a land with the law but no justice, culture but no humanity, activists but no action. Now law means Lechers Are Welcome. Jai Hind

Rakhi Jayashankar

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  1. There are so many cases, all these culprits are able to bend the laws

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