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manunagar Newbie

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Posted: 04 January 2013 at 8:07am | IP Logged
I am very... sad about. this rape scandle... All rapiest... get cut. his p...s...& hang.

.x-bumblebee-x. IF-Sizzlerz

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Posted: 04 January 2013 at 9:34am | IP Logged
Zeenews Bureau

New Delhi: Awindra Pandey, the male friend of the Delhi gang-rape victim - the only witness in the case, on Friday spoke for the first time and exclusively told Zee News that her friend was positive and wanted to live even after the horrific incident on the night of December 16.

Speaking to Zee News Editor Sudhir Choudhary, Awindra explained in detail what happened on the fateful night of December 16.

He said no one came to their help after they were thrown off the bus by the six accused. Even after the police arrived, it took them over two hours to take them to hospital.

Awindra said since December 16, protests have been happening and people are on the streets. "Many things have come out in the media, but people have been interpreting it differently. I want to tell them what we faced on that night. I want to tell what I faced, what my friend faced," he told Zee News, expressing hope that others could take lesson and save others' lives in future.

Awindra said the six accused had lured them into boarding the bus on the night of December 16.

"The occupants of the bus which had tinted windows and curtains had trapped us. They were probably involved in crimes before also. They beat us up, hit us with iron rod, snatched our clothes and belongings and they threw us off the bus on a deserted stretch.

"The bus occupants had everything planned. Apart from the driver and helper, others behaved like they were passengers. We even paid Rs 20 as fare. Then they started teasing my friend and the same led to a brawl. I beat three of them up but then the rest brought an iron rod and hit me. Before I fell unconscious, they took my friend away.

"From where we boarded bus, they moved around for nearly two and a half hours. We were shouting, trying to make people hear us. But they switched off the lights. We tried to resist them. Even my friend fought with them, she tried to save me. She tried to dial police control room number 100, but the accused snatched the mobile," Awindra said.

    "Before throwing us off the bus, they snatched out mobiles and tore off our clothes in order to destroy any evidence of the crime," he added.

"After throwing us off the bus, they tried to mow us down but I save my friend by pulling her away in the nick of time. We were without clothes. We tried to stop people passing by. Several auto rickshaws, cars and bikes slowed down but no one stopped for about 25 minutes. Then someone on patrolling stopped and called the police," he told Zee News.

Awindra rued that three PCR vans arrived at the scene after about 45 minutes, but wasted time in deciding under which police station's jurisdiction the case fell.

He said nobody, including the police, gave them clothes or called ambulance. "They were just watching us," he said, adding someone gave them a part of bed sheet to cover his friend after repeated requests.

"My friend was bleeding profusely. But instead of taking us to a nearby hospital, they (police) took us to a far away hospital."

Awindra said he carried his badly injured friend to the PCR van on his own as the policemen didn't help them because the girl was bleeding profusely.

"Nobody from the public helped us. People were probably afraid that if they help us they would become witness to the crime and would be asked to come to police stations and courts," he told the channel.

"Even at the hospital we were made to wait and I had to literally beg for clothes. I borrowed a stranger's mobile and called my relatives, but just told them that I met with an accident. My treatment started only after my relatives came," said Awindra.

"I was hit on the head. I was not able to walk. I was not able to move my hands for two weeks," Awindra said, detailing the injuries he suffered on that horrific night.

"My family wanted to take me to our native place but I decided to stay in Delhi in order to help the police. It was only after doctors' advice that I went back to my home and started private treatment there."

"When I had met my friend in the hospital she was smiling. She was able to write and was positive. I never felt that she did not want to live," Awindra said

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lg001 IF-Dazzler

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Posted: 04 January 2013 at 9:49am | IP Logged
we all r like that...
If some one need help we just ignore & move on...thinking if it create a problem for us later...
Our system &policed less we talk abt them is better...
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Posted: 04 January 2013 at 10:05am | IP Logged
Crime Patrol to tell Delhi gang-rape incident

Crime Patrol to tell Delhi gang-rape incident

As the nation reels under the horror of the brutal gang-rape of a 23-year-old Delhi girl and fights for justice for her, popular TV crime show " Crime Patrol" has decided to dedicate an episode to the incident.

"We are trying to keep it as factual as possible. We are not sensationalising things. We are doing it with utmost sensitivity and trying to give our point of view and suggestions," Anup Soni, the host of the show, told IANS.

"In the past we have shown episodes featuring rape cases, but this is the case that turned people into rebels. As and when we have shown such cases in the show, our approach has always been to change the mindset of people and this time it is the same too," he added and pointed out that people's "outlook needs to be changed".

The 23-year-old physiotherapist was brutally raped by six men in a moving bus in south Delhi Dec 16 and she died in a Singapore hospital Dec 29, where she was being treated for the grievous injuries.

Anup calls for stringent laws against rape cases.

"It is important that the culprits should not get a feeling that they can easily get away with the law. It is important to instill the fear of law in them and for that stringent laws need to be made," he said.

"Apart from rape cases, there are many eve-teasing incidents that go unnoticed. A bifurcation needs to be made that 'this is the punishment for rape' and 'this is the punishment for eve-teasing'. It is important to build that fear in men who commit such heinous crimes, which would force them to think twice before doing something like this again."

"I know it is not easy to change the mindset of people, who look down upon women. It will take time, it might take generations, but something can definitely be done at the judicial level, which won't take so much time," he added.

Asked how does he think presenting the entire incident on small screen will help, Anup said: "I would give you a simple example. The tragedy of Titanic sinking in sea happened years back, but it was only when the tragedy was brought alive through a movie that people were able to relate to it more, and even felt sad about it."

"In Delhi gang-rape case too, we hope that people relate to it more and help bring about a change in the mindset of others too. We hope that fire within people to bring about a change in the society doesn't die."

The episode will be aired Jan 11-12 on Sony.

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NarutoFan IF-Dazzler

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Posted: 04 January 2013 at 10:06am | IP Logged
How come the juvenile rapists could walk free in months?
This is so shocking.
maman Senior Member

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Posted: 04 January 2013 at 10:12am | IP Logged
This is terrible news... my heart feel so bad. Poor Girl. Thinking of her every day .
Shrikhand IF-Rockerz

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Posted: 04 January 2013 at 10:20am | IP Logged
i wish i could go back in time and save her...i misss her so much RIP my sister Cry

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.x-bumblebee-x. IF-Sizzlerz

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Posted: 04 January 2013 at 10:20am | IP Logged
It's SICK that the Police that are supposed to protect us..
Did Nothing for 2 hours.just looked at them naked...!!
He had to beg for.clothes.. are you kidding me..

Seriously, all Public sectors need training
on how to comfort and support victims..
That is just appalling!!!

I bet the passer by's have a guilty conscious for not helping!!

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