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THE LAW PROTECTOR BECOMES THE PREDATORS-KILLERS IN INDIA?
THE LAW PROTECTOR BECOMES THE PREDATORS-KILLERS IN INDIA?
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THE LAW PROTECTOR BECOMES THE PREDATORS-KILLERS IN INDIA?
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Highlights by: Balbir Singh Sooch-Sikh Vichar Manch
Protect and Save Daughters, Don’t Divert Attention by the Slogans
Indian banks lose Rs 70,000 crore due to frauds in last 3 financial years
HIGHLIGHTS:
1. The Crime after Crime and the Fraud after Fraud in India; Why?
2. Indian banks lose Rs 70,000 crore due to frauds in last 3 financial years
3. Cops Kept Sending Girls in Despite of Government Blacklisted Shelter
4. Protect and Save Daughters, Don’t Divert Attention by the Slogans
5. “Cops Kept Sending Girls in Despite of Government Blacklisted Shelter: ‘ONE LINER Challenge: IF THE LAW PROTECTOR BECOMES THE PREDATOR-KILLER; a person, group, company, or state that steals from others or destroys others for gain- WHAT CAN WOMEN DO - POLICE SENDING GIRLS TO BLACKLISTED SHELTERS???? THESE POLICE HAVE COMMITED RAPE AND NEED BE HANGED ALONG WITH ALL THOSE RESPONSIBLE’.TOP COMMENT: TOI
6. District Child Protection Unit Assistant Director Dibesh Kumar Sharma: ‘The Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), in its report wrote: "The girl's children home in Muzaffarpur run by Seva Sankalp ewan Vikash Samiti was both found by us to be running in a highly questionable manner along with grave instances of violence that was reported by the residents. Several girls reported about violence and being abused sexually. This is very serious and needs to be further investigated promptly. Immediate legal procedure must be followed to enquire into the charges and corrective measures be taken." The content was quoted in a letter sent to the department by Sharma; District Child Protection Unit Assistant Director Dibesh Kumar Sharma, whose copy is with TOI”. TOI
7. “The Supreme Court of India raised serious concern over how incidents of rape, saying sexual assaults were happening “left, right and centre”. Expressing concern over incidents of rape, the SC referred to the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) data, which suggested a woman was raped in India every six hours. According to the data, it said 38,947 women were raped in India in 2016. “What is to be done? Girls and women are getting raped left, right and centre,” it remarked. An extract from the news reported by Satya Prakash; Tribune News Service: New Delhi, August 7, 2018.
8. For the innocent who have suffered immeasurably at the hands of merciless perpetrators in the garb of caretakers, the delayed response would bring little succour. Why no action was taken against the Muzaffarpur-based NGO, Sewa Sankalp Evam Vikas Samiti, despite the social welfare report pointing out anomalies way back in 2013, is as inexplicable as the generous funding it continued to receive.
9. “The Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), in its report wrote: "The girl's children home in Muzaffarpur run by Seva Sankalp ewan Vikash Samiti was both found by us to be running in a highly questionable manner along with grave instances of violence that was reported by the residents. Several girls reported about violence and being abused sexually. This is very serious and needs to be further investigated promptly. Immediate legal procedure must be followed to enquire into the charges and corrective measures be taken." The content was quoted in a letter sent to the department by Sharma; District Child Protection Unit Assistant Director Dibesh Kumar Sharma, whose copy is with TOI”.
FULL TEXT:
(i) Saviours turn Predators-Killers: Saviours turn Predators-Killers: Editorial, The Tribune, Chandigarh: Saviours turn predators: Governments can’t be mute spectators: last updated: Aug 8, 2018, 12:45 AM (IST)
(ii) As one chilling detail after another is adding horrendous dimensions to the sordid sexual abuse in a shelter home in Bihar, the lid has been blown off yet another appalling case. In a shocking similarity to the Muzaffarpur incident, it has come to light that minor girls in the Women and Girls’ Shelter Home in Deoria, UP, were not only being sexually abused, but also pushed into the flesh trade.
(iii) That India is not a safe place for women and children is no revelation, but that rampant abuse goes on inside the walls of the very homes meant to protect the hapless is as reprehensible as unpardonable.
(iv) What is even more abominable is that such incidents are not isolated nor confined to any one state. Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and even Chandigarh; the tale of horror follows the same sickening trail.
(v) If preying on the vulnerable and marginalised deserves the strictest condemnation, respective governments, too, have not covered themselves in glory. No lessons are ever learnt from previous examples.
(vi) Heads have begun to roll in Bihar and the Yogi Adityanath-led government in UP has ordered the inspection of shelter homes across the state. But for the innocent who have suffered immeasurably at the hands of merciless perpetrators in the garb of caretakers, the delayed response would bring little succour. Why no action was taken against the Muzaffarpur-based NGO, Sewa Sankalp Evam Vikas Samiti, despite the social welfare report pointing out anomalies way back in 2013, is as inexplicable as the generous funding it continued to receive.
(vii) “The Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), in its report wrote: "The girl's children home in Muzaffarpur run by Seva Sankalp ewan Vikash Samiti was both found by us to be running in a highly questionable manner along with grave instances of violence that was reported by the residents. Several girls reported about violence and being abused sexually. This is very serious and needs to be further investigated promptly. Immediate legal procedure must be followed to enquire into the charges and corrective measures be taken." The content was quoted in a letter sent to the department by Sharma; District Child Protection Unit Assistant Director Dibesh Kumar Sharma, whose copy is with TOI”.
(viii) Mandatory social audit of shelter homes as recommended by the team of the Tata Institute of Social Sciences, whose report exposed the rot in Muzaffarpur, is the need of the hour.
(ix) The Delhi Commission for Women’s decision to go ahead with the same is welcome. Be it government-funded or privately-run shelter homes, at no cost can these alternative homes for the poor and destitute be allowed to turn into houses of exploitation.
(x) If constant vigil backed by foolproof systems is the answer to impeding the recurrence of such incidents, rehabilitation of those rescued has to be the top priority”. Editorial, The Tribune, Chandigarh: Saviours turn predators: Governments can’t be mute spectators: last updated: Aug 8, 2018, 12:45 AM (IST)
10. Indian banks lose Rs 70,000 crore due to frauds in last 3 financial years:
(i) The fraud of Rupees 70, 000 crores with banks in three years: Fraud wiped off Rs 70,000 crore from PSBs in three fiscal years. Various banking frauds have wiped off Rs 70,000 crore from the profit books of Indian banks in the last three fiscal years, the Rajya Sabha was informed on Tuesday. August 7, 2018; Last Updated: 08th August 2018 07:26 AM (IST); New Indian Express
(ii) “Indian banks lose Rs 70,000 crore due to frauds in last 3 financial years: Indian banks reported a total loss of about Rs 70,000 crore due to frauds during the last three fiscals up to March 2018. Indian banks reported a total loss of about Rs 70,000 crore due to frauds during the last three fiscals up to March 2018, the Rajya Sabha was informed today”: Business Today
Highlights Forwarded by: Balbir Singh Sooch-Sikh Vichar Manch
First Posted On: Wednesday, August 8, 2018 at 11:37 AM (IST)
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THE LAW PROTECTOR BECOMES THE PREDATORS-KILLERS IN INDIA?
Protect and Save Daughters, Don’t Divert Attention by the Slogans
Indian banks lose Rs 70,000 crore due to frauds in last 3 financial years
 

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