India is the world’s most dangerous nation for women due to the high risk of sexual violence and regressive traditions, said a new study. Activists disagree with its methodology but agree that gender crimes are up. Repeated instances of brutal and horrific sexual crimes in India have often grabbed global headlines over the past several years.
They have spurred a far-reaching debate about the safety of women and deeply entrenched patriarchal tendencies in the world’s second-most populous nation. They have forced the Indian government to tighten laws on sexual assault and trafficking and take measures to ensure women’s safety in both domestic and public spaces.
The growing number of criminals harassing people doing so without repenting the crimes they committed are escalating as the crime rates reveal. Jail time isn’t seemingly impacting the convicted. In a gruesome and condescending manner, an incident that hurts the victim’s sister into a similar fire and agony.
A man who was sent to jail in a rape case allegedly molested a 12-year-old girl, who happens to be the sister of the survivor who he had raped. The incident took place just after he was released from the jail on Saturday following which a case was registered against him at Bilkhiria police station on Sunday.
According to police, accused Amir attacked the survivor’s younger sister when she was going to fetch water from a public tap on Saturday evening.
The accused molested her and threatened to attack her with acid. Later, the minor revealed the incident to her parents, after which the family members assaulted the accused and took him to the police station. Initially, the police did not register a case but did so eventually after receiving a complaint from the survivor. Accused Amir was later arrested
The accused does not seem to have mended his ways after being convicted, punished and serving his sentence but further details are to be divulged with regards to the proceedings of the entire incident and that seem unclear and murky at this point in time.