While the Sakinaka rape and murder case continued to send tremors, the rape of a six-year-old in Hyderabad came as a shock questioning the women and girls’ safety in the country.
The fact that the girl died in unbearable pain left everyone in tears. It is a young girl who goes to college and a woman who has been doing all odd jobs to meet the ends…rapes in the country continued to hit the headlines every other day.
Recently, a 24-year-old national-level Kho Kho player in Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh was brutally raped and murdered. The Kho Kho who simultaneously represented two states simultaneously is a Dalit. Reportedly, the girl’s family aced all odds to train her in the sport and to bring her to the national level. The girl who left the house to apply for a job at a nearby school was found dead the next day, just 100 meters from the house.
Her body was reportedly found brutally wounded. The girl was found strangled, bones and teeth broken, clothes torn. However, the post-mortem report revealed that the victim was just strangled but not raped. This welcomed strong criticism while the girl’s family condemned the reports.
Coming to Telangana, the state government claimed to make revolutionary changed after the Disha incident. Thousands of surveillance cameras were claimed to be installed to ramp the vigilance. Many analysts argued that the states and central governments are not to blame for such incidents, but that there is a need to think further about the acts in the country.
Psychologists found fault with the education system raising the need to emphasize Indian culture, ethics, and values. Parents are also instructed to keep a close eye on what their children are reading, what they are watching, and learning from the internet.