Thursday, March 5, 2015

The unfortunate

On'India's daughter' -banned video on Nirbhaya gang rape case

Why this video is banned? Because it shows incompetencies of authorities, our patriarchy society, our culture which consider women as an object, sick mindset of our society, poverty, unemployment, environment full of violence and atrocities, our soft implementation of law and order, loopholes In criminal laws, juvenile laws etc. 

If it is banned in India, then there isn't any point in doing so. As we all know about our culture and society. Because we all are aware of these dark facets of our beloved country. And if it's banned all over world then that also doesn't make any sense as a citizen of some other far off country why the hell should I be concerned. We all have right to speak our mind, so do Criminals, lawyers, rapist, murderers etc. If the rapist says that girls are meant to be at home, they should provoke boys to rape them and the victim should not have fought back and allowed the rape to happen AND we educated and cultured people sitting in our living rooms call him sick then my beloved country men "please Jago" he is saying this not because he has sick mentality but because he is grown up in this environment ONLY. The place where he lived used women as object and violence, bullying and beating are their common pass time. Due to poverty and illiteracy they did petty works on shops and hotels. They never went to school. Drugs and abuse is in their culture. Do you expect a young boy who is earning 400₹ per month to be cultured and sophisticated?

We don't have any right to call him sick or cheap. What have we done to make him cultured and smart youth. Nothing ! 
*Who is unfortunate?

Victim or Rapist or our society? 

-Loss of life of victim is beyond any words. Her parent's grief, we can't even understand a bit. 
-Rapist is unfortunate as he will be punished for this sooner and later and in turn his family will also be traumatised. 
-Our society is most unfortunate who could not provide a young girl a safe transport, protective environment and timely justice. 
-Our society who is nurturing these youth and more like them with this kind of mind set. 
-Our society's judiciary system which is held accountable for having these defence lawyers on board. 
-Our whole self who keep our daughters in a restricted environment and free our sons to do whatever hell they want. 

But at the same time for such gruesome violence and murder he should be hanged by now.  'Justice delayed is justice denied.'
This gang rape has triggered a moment with collective action for a sustainable change. 
A look at victim's parent's face tells the story of deep grief.  They cry the story of loss which is unbearable and irreversible. Their eyes ask the questions which are unanswerable. 
Question is we want our daughter back?
Question is why only our daughter?
Question is what lessons we learn from this gruesome act and what measures we take to rectify them?. 
Do we have a consciousness in accepting women as just another human?

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