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Understanding the Crime of Rape : Definitions, Punishments and Recommendations- 11

May 14, 2019 | Dr.Tasaduq

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The ordinance proposes to amend Section 376 of Indian Penal Code.
The amended provision proposes to increase the minimum sentence of rape from 7 to 10 years.
The ordinance proposes to incorporate Section 376 (3) which provides that punishment for rape of girl below 16 years shall not be less than 20 years but may extend to imprisonment for life.
The ordinance proposes to insert Section 376AB to provide that whoever commits rape of women below 12 years of age shall be punished with rigorous imprisonment for life and with fine or with death.
The ordinance proposes to punish gang rape of woman below 16 years of age with rigorous imprisonment for life and with fine.
The ordinance proposes to punish gang rape of woman below 12 years of age with rigorous imprisonment for life and with fine or with death.

Recommendations to Eradicate /Minimize the Incidents of Rape Cases

Moral education should be taught in every school/colleges.
Women should be given self defence training. There is few form of self defence. How women and girls should protect themselves in the time of crisis. They should carry pepper spray, small knife, and smart phone to take the photos of culprits and to call emergency numbers of his family members, police, and ambulance for rendering help.
Universities and institutions should come forward to do research on this topic. After the report, government should take action on the suggestions given by scholars and team.
There should be separate courts for the trial of rape cases and crime against women to deliver speedy justice. You know the proverb' Justice delayed means justice denied.'
There should not be any right to appeal in the higher court against the decision of lower court because it delays the justice/ decision. Hence rapist roams freely and again does the same thing.
There is a need of police reform and there should be online FIR registration system. There should be centralised portal to give complain online at state level.
Block all the porn internet sites.
Alcohol consumption should be completely banned.
Impartial and strict censor board to cut the rape scene and vulgarity from films.
The central women commission and the state women commissions contact details should be in public domain and they should help the victim as and when required.
Women should have the right to shoot the rapist in self defence and they should not be tried for that.
The government should commit adequate resources to efforts to track down offenders, while encouraging victims to come forward and lodge reports with the police.
The lawmakers must review the laws and enact fresh ones that would stipulate stringent punishment for all categories of rapists, so as to serve as a deterrent to others. Death penalty /Capital punishment is the only way to curb this menace of rape.
It is need of the hour for government at all levels to strengthen existing laws on rape and ensure their strict enforcement.
Government should put in place institutional framework that would make rape victims to come out boldly without being stigmatised, while it should provide treatment and support for the victims.
The government should also provide counselling for rape victims to prevent them from suffering from “Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder’’ — a psychological condition which causes acute depression and other emotional disorders.
The state government should provide an enabling environment for civil society groups, religious bodies and other institutions to work together in efforts to tackle the menace of rape.
To curb the rising menace of rape, the state needs the active intervention of every segment of the society. Governments, churches, mosques, journalists, non-governmental organisations and everyone should be involved in the crusade.
Public protests and demonstrations in solidarity with and in demand of justice for rape victims, in demand of strengthening the law and capital punishment for rapists/accused, in demand of putting an end to the menace of rape - are crucial need of the hour. Media has an immense role to play in covering such protests to sensitize world leadership and community towards it. But while protesting, be clear in what you demand without giving any communal, political or religious color to it. Police anywhere should too understand the purpose of such demonstrations and not resort to any kind of violence. It is all about to put an end to this "Menace of Rape".(Concluded)


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Understanding the Crime of Rape : Definitions, Punishments and Recommendations- 11

May 14, 2019 | Dr.Tasaduq

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The ordinance proposes to amend Section 376 of Indian Penal Code.
The amended provision proposes to increase the minimum sentence of rape from 7 to 10 years.
The ordinance proposes to incorporate Section 376 (3) which provides that punishment for rape of girl below 16 years shall not be less than 20 years but may extend to imprisonment for life.
The ordinance proposes to insert Section 376AB to provide that whoever commits rape of women below 12 years of age shall be punished with rigorous imprisonment for life and with fine or with death.
The ordinance proposes to punish gang rape of woman below 16 years of age with rigorous imprisonment for life and with fine.
The ordinance proposes to punish gang rape of woman below 12 years of age with rigorous imprisonment for life and with fine or with death.

Recommendations to Eradicate /Minimize the Incidents of Rape Cases

Moral education should be taught in every school/colleges.
Women should be given self defence training. There is few form of self defence. How women and girls should protect themselves in the time of crisis. They should carry pepper spray, small knife, and smart phone to take the photos of culprits and to call emergency numbers of his family members, police, and ambulance for rendering help.
Universities and institutions should come forward to do research on this topic. After the report, government should take action on the suggestions given by scholars and team.
There should be separate courts for the trial of rape cases and crime against women to deliver speedy justice. You know the proverb' Justice delayed means justice denied.'
There should not be any right to appeal in the higher court against the decision of lower court because it delays the justice/ decision. Hence rapist roams freely and again does the same thing.
There is a need of police reform and there should be online FIR registration system. There should be centralised portal to give complain online at state level.
Block all the porn internet sites.
Alcohol consumption should be completely banned.
Impartial and strict censor board to cut the rape scene and vulgarity from films.
The central women commission and the state women commissions contact details should be in public domain and they should help the victim as and when required.
Women should have the right to shoot the rapist in self defence and they should not be tried for that.
The government should commit adequate resources to efforts to track down offenders, while encouraging victims to come forward and lodge reports with the police.
The lawmakers must review the laws and enact fresh ones that would stipulate stringent punishment for all categories of rapists, so as to serve as a deterrent to others. Death penalty /Capital punishment is the only way to curb this menace of rape.
It is need of the hour for government at all levels to strengthen existing laws on rape and ensure their strict enforcement.
Government should put in place institutional framework that would make rape victims to come out boldly without being stigmatised, while it should provide treatment and support for the victims.
The government should also provide counselling for rape victims to prevent them from suffering from “Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder’’ — a psychological condition which causes acute depression and other emotional disorders.
The state government should provide an enabling environment for civil society groups, religious bodies and other institutions to work together in efforts to tackle the menace of rape.
To curb the rising menace of rape, the state needs the active intervention of every segment of the society. Governments, churches, mosques, journalists, non-governmental organisations and everyone should be involved in the crusade.
Public protests and demonstrations in solidarity with and in demand of justice for rape victims, in demand of strengthening the law and capital punishment for rapists/accused, in demand of putting an end to the menace of rape - are crucial need of the hour. Media has an immense role to play in covering such protests to sensitize world leadership and community towards it. But while protesting, be clear in what you demand without giving any communal, political or religious color to it. Police anywhere should too understand the purpose of such demonstrations and not resort to any kind of violence. It is all about to put an end to this "Menace of Rape".(Concluded)


Email:------drtasadukitoo@gmail.com


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Published from: Gulshanabad Chraresharief Budgam
RNI No.: JKENG/2010/33802
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Postal Regd No: SK/135/2010-2019
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