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Posted: 04 August 2013 at 7:19am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Muskaan92

Originally posted by charu_81

There should be a fear of law because it is very difficult to change people's attitude..If the law is stronger and like other countries if they impose huge fines like millions that could help somewhat...Also making offense against women as non-bailable would be very greatly..



Agreed...Smile

The worst part is that after committing the crime, they ask for bail...and the court grants them too...Dead How we except justice for girls in this kind of a weak law system..???
Out on bail they try to threaten girl's family...and try to wipe out evidences...

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Posted: 05 August 2013 at 6:02am | IP Logged
Originally posted by charu_81

Originally posted by Muskaan92

Originally posted by charu_81

There should be a fear of law because it is very difficult to change people's attitude..If the law is stronger and like other countries if they impose huge fines like millions that could help somewhat...Also making offense against women as non-bailable would be very greatly..



Agreed...Smile

The worst part is that after committing the crime, they ask for bail...and the court grants them too...Dead How we except justice for girls in this kind of a weak law system..???
Out on bail they try to threaten girl's family...and try to wipe out evidences...


True...
Moreover, the boy's family supports him...Dead

How pathetic...!!Angry

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Posted: 14 August 2013 at 12:16am | IP Logged
Its good gesture of government that one cant blatantly sell acid in market and even customers cant buy it easily as it used to be earlier. I recently heard that in my town,NOW shopkeepers ask for Identity Card from customers when they go to buy ACID.

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Posted: 27 August 2013 at 8:33am | IP Logged
If he is not capable of it, his body organs should be sold.

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Posted: 27 August 2013 at 10:56pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by raj755

If he is not capable of it, his body organs should be sold.

Yes. Why not..?? There are many organs like kidneys. eyes and skin that can be sold to fetch money.
But, he should NOT be killed. His condition should be made such that he should beg for death.

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Posted: 22 September 2013 at 11:37am | IP Logged
Agree that an eye or an eye is not the best approach (even though a part of me wishes that the girl would do so in self defense, so that the guy knows just how it feels to be on the receiving end).

The law needs to reinforce a life imprisonment without any possibility for parole or bail, unless if a person has completed at least 30 years in jail. Serious crimes which destroy a person's identity, employment opportunities with life long scars cannot be dealt with lightly. Also, the faces of the ones who have committed this act should be revealed to public.

Just regulating the sales of acid is not enough, because there has been a recent incident of a person throwing hot oil. The law needs to go one step further towards assuring safeguarding of rights of victims. Would prefer if the guy is made liable for the expenses incurred in treatment too...that would be apt.  

Edited by Shailesh_Rathi - 22 September 2013 at 11:37am

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