Is it a
crime to be born a girl? This question occupied everyone's mind when the
heinous crime in a moving bus in Delhi shook the nation. The Delhi gang rape in
December 2012 raised a zillion questions on just not the safety of women in our
country but also the laws that governed perpetrators.
Crime Patrol the popular
crime show on Sony Entertainment Television depicted the agony, the pain, the
torment of the rape victim for the very first time on Indian Television. And
once again, Crime Patrol will narrate the horrific story of that ruthless act
on the small screen.
SET in an endeavor to tell and depict the case from a women's point of view has roped in none other than television's most prominent female personality, Sakshi Tanwar, who will present the episode.
After almost a year and a half, post modifying rape laws in our country, it's sad but the situation of women remains the same! On browsing online, be it Maharashtra or Gujarat; Delhi or Kolkata; a village or town, one gathers that crimes against women are still pertaining. Are silent protests, candle light marches enough? The answer is No'. Crime Patrol has taken a step yet again, to ensure that people do not forget that they need to raise their voice for crime against women constantly till such time that this is completely wiped out from our society. A day should come when every girl feels safe and is not scared being on her own.
In this special episode, Saakshi Tanwar expressed her thoughts and said "I have been a part of Crime Patrol earlier and it is such a great feeling to comeback for the most important episode. As a woman, I also feel unsafe like other girls and can empathize and understand her agony and pain. With this special episode we are trying to spread the message across nation for women safety".
Crime Patrol has always been a pioneer in depicting and narrating the cases with different angle and this time also in association with Saakshi Tanwar the show is going to narrate the case from a woman's point of view on Delhi gang rape.