A few days after assassins Jyoti Singh were sentenced to death by the Supreme Court on May 11, a similar case of rape and murder in the group was reported by Rohtak in Haryana. In the same week, another 10-year-old from the same region was repeatedly raped by her stepfather and now five months pregnant. May 14 (Ironically Mother’s Day), a girl from Sikkim living in a hostel in Delhi was forced late at night in a car and a raped by several men on the same day another girl was kidnapped by going At his school to collect his certificates, was rescued from a farm in Meerut, where he was forcibly detained and raped repeatedly.
What happens here, you ask. What do we have this crisis in sex crimes against women and even girls of about two months? Why, despite the strengthening of our archaic laws on rape, it took nearly five years for the Indian Supreme Court to uphold the death sentence for the violators and murderers Jyoti Singh, including a child while still in custody Must understand here how fundamental sex is the basic concept of gender in Indian society. And in a semi-feudal society and gender like ours, sexuality remains central in everything (houses, schools and cinemas in Parliament) to define men and women. In this section, submission and affirmation are not feminine qualities, whereas dominant and vigorous behavior is considered a proof of male power. Add to this the fact that almost three-quarters of the population is under 40 years old, and even an obstacle, rape begins to resemble an exceptional native phenomenon and no.
The relative silence on the Rohtak rape and murder of a young Dalit girl allegedly for a supposed surprises rejected after the dramatic scenes and national events that followed the Jyoti Singh and finally led to changes our laws on rape. The news of this terrible agrarian violation is already relegated to the interior pages, while the mass media stir up the disaster of the AAP and the disappearance of a whole couch introduced into the head of government of the UP.