Justice for Amity College Victims

Justice for Amity College Victims

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Nikhil Niraj started this petition to Prime Minister of India and

Feminism : a great word for Power and Equality but jurisdiction in wrong hands made it a cuss.

Sometimes its worth noting how this word is been wrongly used to satisfy one's ego. On 28th August there was a fight between Amity Students over a simple parking matter.

The two women bring in boys with a number of 20-25. And then throw furniture at the students in the classroom and even at the teacher. Then when the boys go out to look for PCR (which is never on time) they get surrounded by another mob and this time the students have rods and sticks. The boys get beaten up and one is in serious condition.

The police after knowing that one student was admitted to ICU took the case and started to find the guilty.

So the two girls got arrested for allegedly charging the victims on harrassment and provoking other boys to make a violent move against the victims.

Oops..!! I'm sorry �, just got to know "Feminism is Intact". 

So 3 boys' who had beaten the victims were arrested for violence and police is questioning them into the matter.

The girls are still safe, no charges against them. No arrests. When someone says feminism, this ought to be one of the picture I get most of the time.

I'm against the boys who did the wrong thing but the fire which started was due to a spark and that spark is still lit and I'm pretty sure it'll be forever as no action will be taken against them.

Just get the 2 girls arrested and show that if women needs equality they need to treated like one, because it's the only factor through which we can empower women. If boys are getting arrested for creating violence then the girls who had sparked it for mere ego satisfaction, they should be charged with the same punishment.

Lastly I urge all the women to come up and voice against the wrong doing which happened on 28th August, and support the Amity Victims so that we can have a stage to prove that feminism is what the word defines and not what it is used for these days. �

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