Law Student Suspended for speech about child Aasifa brutal rape & murder

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மனித நேயமற்ற செயலைத் துணிச்சலுடன் கண்டித்த அந்த மாணவியைப் பாராட்டுவதற்குப் பதில் தண்டனையா? கல்லூரி முதல்வர் அவர்களே! உங்கள் முடிவை மாற்றி மீண்டும் அந்த மனிதநேய மாணவிக்கு கல்லூரியில் இடமளித்து, மாணவர்கள் மனதில் இடம் பெறுங்கள்! --பேராசிரியர் பெரியாரடியான்

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advocate md​.​wasiuddin dadni
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What is her crime ?

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Anita Kanitz
2 years ago
"Human rights are women’s rights, and women’s rights are human rights. Let us not forget that among those rights are the right to speak freely – and the right to be heard."
- Hillary Clinton

„I will never understand why it is more shameful to be raped than to be a rapist!“
-Anita Kanitz

"Sexual enslavement, sexual violence, sexual torture, sexual mutilation, sexual murder, gangrapes and massrapes are heinous and common crimes worldwide. It's the greatest shame of mankind!"
-Anita Kanitz

“They are all innocent until proven guilty. But not me. I am a liar until I am proven honest.”
― Louise O'Neill, Asking For It

“I myself have never been able to find out precisely what feminism is: I only know that people call me a feminist whenever I express sentiments that differentiate me from a doormat.”
-Rebecca West

“I’m a feminist. I’ve been a female for a long time now. It’d be stupid not to be on my own side.”
-Maya Angelou

“I think every woman in our culture is a feminist. They may refuse to articulate it, but if you were to take any woman back 40 years and say, ‘Is this a world you want to live in?’, they would say ‘No.’”
- Helen Mirren

"Patriarchy is the home of the men: it is Fatherland, and the men are his empowerers."
Mary Daly, a radical feminist American philosopher and writer

A kind of silent femicide worldwide: rape, mass/gang/war rapes, sexual murder connected with sexual mutilation and sexual torture. The victims are cruel and barbaric raped, tortured, mutilated and murdered of only one reason, they are female!

The 44-Day Horror Story Of Junko Furuta: The story of hell and male devils!

Junko Furuta was tortured for 44 days in the home of her classmate, while his parents and brother lived in alarming ignorance. As far as Shinji Minato’s parents were concerned, Junko Furuta was their son’s girlfriend. The pretty young girl hung around with their son so often it seemed as if she were living at their home.

Even when they began to suspect that she was something more and that perhaps her perpetual presence wasn’t always consensual, they labored under the delusion that everything was fine, for they feared their son’s violence and his friend’s Yakuza connections.
As far as Shinji Minato and his friends Hiroshi Miyano, Jo Ogura, and Yasushi Watanabe were concerned, however, Junko Furuta was their captive, their sex slave, and their punching bag.

In November of 1988, Junko Furuta was just a normal teenage girl. She was pretty, bright, and got good grades in her classes at Yashio-Minami High School in Misato, Japan. Despite her “good girl” reputation – unlike her classmates, she didn’t drink, smoke, or use drugs – she was quite popular at school, and had a bright future ahead of her.

Then, she met Hiroshi Miyano.

Miyano was well known as the school bully, often seen bragging about his connections to Yakuza, a powerful Japanese organized crime syndicate. According to their classmates, Miyano had developed somewhat of a crush on Furuta and was enraged when she turned him down. After all, no one had ever dared to reject him, especially after he told them of his Yakuza friends.

A few days after taking his rejection, Miyano and Minato were hanging around a local park in Misato, preying on innocent women. As known and experienced gang-rapists, Miyano and Minato were experts at spotting easy targets. Around 8:30, the boys noticed Furuta on her bicycle, on her way home from her job. Minato kicked Furuta off of her bike, expertly creating a diversion, at which point Miyano stepped in, pretending to be an innocent and concerned bystander. After helping her up, he asked if she wanted an escort home, which Furuta unwittingly accepted.

She never made it home.

Instead, Miyano led her to an abandoned warehouse, where he told her of his Yakuza connections, and raped her, threatening to kill her and her family if she made a sound. He then took her to a park, where Minato, Ogura, and Watanabe were waiting. There, the other boys raped her and smuggled her into Minato’s parents home.

Though Junko Furuta’s parents called the police and reported their daughter missing, the boys made sure they wouldn’t go looking for her, forcing her to call home and say that she had run away and was staying with a friend. Whenever Minato’s parents were around, Furuta was forced to pose as his girlfriend, though they eventually began to catch wind of what was really going on.

Unfortunately, the threat of the Yakuza was enough to keep them quiet, and for 44 days Minato’s parents lived in alarming ignorance of the horrors that were happening in their own home.

Over the course of those 44 days, Junko Furuta was raped over 400 times, by Miyano and his friends, as well as other boys they knew, whom they invited over and encouraged to hurt her. They would insert iron bars, scissors, skewers, fireworks, and even a lit lightbulb into her vagina and anus, destroying her internal anatomy which left her unable to defecate or urinate properly. When they weren’t raping her, the boys forced her to do terrible things, like eat live cockroaches, masturbate in front of them, and drink her own urine. Her body, still very much alive, was hung from the ceiling and beaten with golf clubs, bamboo sticks, and iron rods. Her eyelids and genitals were burned with cigarettes, lighters and hot wax.

Twice, the police were alerted to Furutas condition, and twice they failed to intervene.

The first time, a boy who had been invited over to the Minato house by Miyano went home after seeing Furuta and told his brother about what was happening. The brother then told his parents, who contacted the police. The police showed up but were assured by the Minato family that there was no girl inside. The answer was clearly satisfactory enough for the police, as they never returned to the home.

The second time, it was Furuta herself who called, but before she was able to say anything, the boys discovered her. When the police called back, Miyano assured them it had been a mistake.

As punishment for calling the police, the boys doused Furuta’s legs in lighter fluid and set her on fire.

On Jan. 4, 1989, Furuta died. The boys had reportedly become enraged when she beat them at a game of mahjong and tortured her to the point of death. Scared of being charged with murder, the boys dumped Junko Furuta’s body in a 55-gallon drum, filling it with concrete before dropping it on a cement truck.
Two weeks later, the police arrested Miyano and Ogura on a separate gang-rape charge. During Miyano’s interrogation, the police mentioned an open murder investigation. Believing that it was the murder of Furuta and that Ogura must have confessed, Miyano told the police where they could find Furuta’s body.

In the end, the murder case which the police had been referencing had been unrelated to Furuta, and Miyano had unwittingly turned himself in. Within days, all four boys were in custody.

Despite their unspeakable torture of Junko Furuta, the boys received shockingly light sentences.
Hiroshi Miyano was sentenced to 20 years, Shinji Minato was sentenced to five-to-nine years, Jo Ogura served eight years, and Yasushi Watanabe served five-to-seven years.

Though the fact that they were juveniles at the time was listed as the cause, it is widely believed that the Yakuza had something to do with it. Had the case been heard elsewhere, or had the boys been just one or two years older, they would have been dealt capital punishments.

Oksana Makar: Ukrainian woman raped and burned alive by three male Monsters:

Oksana Makar, an 18-year-old Ukrainian, was raped March 8, 2012 by three men. After sexually assaulting her, the men attempted to strangle her and then set her body on fire. She was found by a construction site alive and still alright. Makar later died from the injuries she sustained.

According to the BBC, Local authorities caught the three men involved, however two of the three, who were well connected in the area, were released with no charges. After a national outcry, the two released men were re-arrested and charged with premeditated rape and murder.

The Horror story of The Delhi Bus Rape:
The 2012 Delhi gang rape case involved a rape and fatal assault that occurred on 16 December 2012 in Munirka, a neighbourhood in South Delhi. The incident took place when a 23-year-old female physiotherapy intern, Jyoti Singh Pandey, was beaten, gang raped, and tortured in a private bus in which she was traveling with her friend, Awindra Pratap Pandey.

India and the world were horrified over the gang rape of the 23-year-old woman on a bus in December 2012. Reported by CNN, she was accompanied by her friend who was beaten and left unable to help her as six men including the driver attacked her.

Her friend told reporters that the men beat his friend and used an iron bar in the sexual assault. They drove the couple through the city for nearly two hours before finally dropping them off beneath an overpass. The man suffered a broken leg and could not stand. It was about 25 minutes before they were finally able to get help. The young woman died two weeks later from internal injuries. Medical reports later said that she suffered serious injuries to her abdomen, intestines (intestines were pulled out) and genitals due to the assault, and doctors said that the damage indicated that a blunt object[ (suspected to be the iron rod) may have been used for penetration. That rod was later described by police as being a rusted, L-shaped implement of the type used as a wheel jack handle.
Police had found and arrested some suspects within 24 hours of the crime. From recordings made by a highway CCTV vehicle, a description of the bus, a white charter bus with a name written on it, was broadcast. Other operators identified it as being contracted by a South Delhi private school. They then traced it and found its driver, Ram Singh. Police obtained sketches of the assailants with the help of the male victim, and used a cell phone stolen from the two victims to find one of the assailants.

Six men were arrested in connection with the incident. They included Ram Singh, the bus driver, and his brother, Mukesh Singh, who were both arrested in Rajasthan. Ram and Mukesh Singh lived in Ravidas camp, a slum in South Delhi. Vinay Sharma, an assistant gym instructor, and Pawan Gupta, a fruit seller, were both arrested in Delhi. A seventeen-year-old juvenile from Badayun, Uttar Pradesh, was arrested at the Anand Vihar terminal in Delhi. The juvenile had only met the others that day. Akshay Thakur, who had come to Delhi seeking employment, was arrested in Aurangabad.

According to reports, the group had been eating and drinking together and "having a party" earlier in the day. Although the charter bus which Ram Singh drove on weekdays was not permitted to pick up public passengers or even to operate in Delhi because of its tinted windows, they decided to take it out "to have some fun". A few hours before committing the gang rape, the attackers had robbed a carpenter. The carpenter was 35-years old Ram Adhar who boarded the bus which was being driven by Mukesh Singh. The juvenile convict had lured him into the bus saying it was going to Nehru Place. He was then beaten up and robbed of his cellphone and ₹1500 in cash. After robbing him, the group dumped him at the IIT Flyover. Ram reported about the group in the bus robbing him to three police constables Kailash, Ashok and Sandeep who were passing nearby. They however refused to take action saying that the crime scene wasn't under their purview as they were from the Hauz Khas police station and he will have to report the incident to the Vasant Vihar police station.

Shortly after the attacks, Gupta said he accepted his guilt and should be hanged. Mukesh Singh, who was placed in Tihar Jail after his arrest, was assaulted by other inmates and was kept in solitary confinement for his own protection.

Ram Singh was presented before the Metropolitan Magistrate on 18 December 2012. He refused to participate in an identification process. Investigation revealed a history of frequent drinking that resulted in "blinding rage", "bad temper", and quarrels with employers, that had led friends to call him "mental". On 11 March, Ram Singh was discovered hanging from a ventilator shaft in his cell at about 5:45 am. Authorities said it was unclear whether it was a suicide or a murder.
Now, the fate of those accused of this crime dangles in the eyes of the world with several calling for the death penalty. According to a New York Times article, “In a rush of emotion, the Indian government amended the criminal code so that the death penalty could be applied in particularly brutal cases of rape.” The sentencing in this case will test the judicial system of India, which has only passed the death sentence down to three people in nine years.
On 10 September 2013, the four adult defendants were found guilty of rape, murder, unnatural offences and destruction of evidence.All four men faced the death penalty, and demonstrators outside the courthouse called for the hanging of the defendants. The victim's father also called for the defendants to be hanged, stating, "We will get complete closure only if all the accused are wiped off from the face of the earth." Lawyers for three of the four stated that their clients intended to appeal the verdict.The four men were sentenced on 13 September to death by hanging. Judge Yogesh Khanna rejected pleas for a lesser sentence saying the case has "shocked the collective conscience of India" and that "courts cannot turn a blind eye to such crimes." The victim's family was present for the sentencing and her mother expressed satisfaction over the verdict saying, "We were waiting with bated breath, now we are relieved. I thank the people of my country and the media." After the verdict was delivered, the people waiting outside the courtroom applauded.

On 13 March 2014, the Delhi High Court found all the defendants guilty of rape, murder, unnatural offences and destruction of evidence. With the verdict, the High Court confirmed death sentence for all four men convicted in September 2013. The court noted that the crime, which stirred widespread protests over sexual crimes against women in the country, fell into the judicial system's "rarest of rare category" that allows capital punishment. The lawyers of the four men said they would appeal to the Supreme Court.

On 15 March 2014, the Supreme Court of India stayed the execution of two of the four convicts, Singh and Gupta, to allow them to make their appeal against their conviction on 31 March. This was further extended by the court to the second week of July. On 2 June, the two other convicts, Sharma and Thakur, also asked the Supreme Court to stay their execution to allow them to make an appeal of their convictions. On 14 July, their execution was also stayed by Supreme Court. On 27 August 2015, Vinay, Akshay, Mukesh and Pawan were convicted of robbing Ram Adhar and were later sentenced to 10-years imprisonment.

On 5 May 2017, The Supreme Court rejected the convicts' appeal and saying they had committed "a barbaric crime" that had "shaken society's conscience," the court upheld the death sentence of the four who had been charged in the murder. The verdict was well received by the family of the victim and the civil society. According to legal experts, the convicts still have the right to file a review petition to the Supreme Court.
Why these monsters are living while the poor victim must die a cruel death? What kind of country is India? Where is justice in India?

The barbaric rape, torture and murder of Asifa Bano:8-year-old girl's rape, murder causes outrage across India. Raped and murdered by coward perverts and child rapists!
The girl, just 8 years old, was grazing her family's ponies on a chilly January day 2018 in the forests of the Himalayan foothills when she was kidnapped. Her raped and mutilated body was found in the woods a week later. In 2012, the fatal gang rape of a young woman in the heart of India's capital moved hundreds of thousands of Indians to take to the streets to demand stricter rape laws.
But the gang rape, torture and death of a Muslim girl in Indian-controlled Kashmir has seen far different protests: Thousands of members of a radical Hindu group with links to the ruling party have marched to demand the release of the six men accused in the repeated rape and killing of the girl inside a Hindu temple. Hundreds of Hindu lawyers have protested that the men, two of them police officers, are innocent.
Swati Maliwal, chief of Delhi Commission for Women, said she will begin an indefinite fast from to demand better security for women and children across the country, BBC News reports.
The girl, who was savaged in the attacks, had enormous eyes, a quiet smile and one name: Asifa. The Associated Press doesn't usually identify victims of sexual violence but her name has been widely reported in the Indian media.
There have always been differences between India's Muslim minority and Hindu majority in this constitutionally secular nation of 1.3 billion. Violence has flared sporadically over the decades since India gained freedom from Britain in 1947, sparking bloody religious riots as the subcontinent was partitioned to create largely Hindu India and largely Muslim Pakistan.
Police say the attack on Asifa was rooted in religious politics, with a group of local men planning to scare away the Bakarwals by simply kidnapping a girl. But once they had Asifa, that plan was quickly forgotten. Forensic reports say she had been drugged with anti-anxiety medication, repeatedly raped, burned, bludgeoned with a rock and strangled. Asifa was sexually assaulted over five days before being battered around the head with a rock. Eventually, her corpse was thrown into the forest where it was found a week later. That a Hindu temple is at the center of the crime makes this case even more combustible. The police say that Sanji Ram, the temple’s custodian, devised the plan as a way to terrorize the Bakarwals, and that he enlisted a nephew and some friends to kidnap and kill Asifa. The police say the culprits selected Asifa simply because she was by herself and “a soft target.”
If ever proof was needed that all females in a state of a one sided civil war, it can be found buried with the battered body of an eight-year-old girl who never returned. Rape as a weapon of war has a long and inglorious history and what happened in Kathua is nothing short of that.
It is clear that the little girl was the victim of a long-standing dispute between the local Hindus and the nomadic Gujjar tribe over the use of public and forest land for grazing.
Add to that drummed-up fears of a forcible change in the region's demographics, and you have a recipe for the savagery that was unleashed on the little girl, who was trapped, drugged and raped by several men in a temple.
The violation of women in Bosnia so they could give birth to Serbian babies; the rape of an estimated 200,000 women during the battle for Bangladeshi independence in 1971 so they could breed "Punjabi children", men have used sexual violence to mark their territory and assert their power. Amnesty International calls women the "unacknowledged casualties of war". And indeed Indian females now live in a state where each seems to have turned on the other.
Much of this has to do with what Harvard scholar Homi Bhabha calls the rise of tribal nationalism that creates a feeling that some people have deeper claims to citizenship than others, who are never fully accommodated despite having social, legal and economic rights. Much like the Gujjars to which the little girl belonged, who despite their status as Scheduled Tribes, are not seen as equals by the local Hindu community.
The little girl is a victim not only of the rise of this vicious strain of nationalism which pits one community against another, especially at a time when resources are strained. She is a victim also of the sanctioned savagery that is in full force in India currently – sanctioned not only by the actions of groups that call themselves Hindu Ekta Morcha but also the silence, and delayed speaking out, of those who run this government.
The particular brand of whataboutery displayed by the Delhi MP Meenakshi Lekhi and Information and Broadcasting Minister Smriti Irani is as specious as the delayed reaction of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
This savagery has taken its toll on everyone. On Dalits who are flogged for the perceived crime of cow slaughter. On Muslims who happen to be travelling by train with a parcel of food mistaken for beef. On women who catch the fancy of powerful BJP lawmakers with a reputation for being baahubalis.
According to media reports, Asifa’s father Muhammad Yusuf Pujwala has left for an unknown place along with his wife, two children and livestock. Earlier, it was said that the family was planning to leave for Kashmir.
Not since a 23-year-old woman, Jyoti Singh Pandey, was gang raped and killed on a bus in Delhi, six years ago, has India seen such a groundswell of public outrage over the country’s lack of protection for its women - and children.
That case led to the introduction of tough new laws to punish rapists, but high numbers of assaults persist, with 40,000 rape cases reported every year.
Dr Bijayalaxmi Nanda, a professor of political theory and gender studies at Delhi University, said: "The number of cases of rapes reported has definitely gone up but what we are seeing now is essentially cases of state violence.
"There are people from the government or the state involved in these cases - be it politicians or police officers, or in a communal sense - like religious leaders.
"That people can commit such a serious crime as rape with anything approaching impunity is the underlying issue here.
The idea that for vulnerable or marginalised women and children, justice will never be delivered.”
Critics of the BJP say a culture of sectarian division and male entitlement among the ruling class is a byproduct of the party’s right-wing, socially conservative agenda.
Its supporters respond that to blame the BJP is simply playing politics. Maneka Gandhi, India's minister for women and children, has called for the death penalty in child rape cases.
Indian court orders arrest of politician for gang-rape !An Indian court has ordered the arrest of a ruling party politician accused of gang-raping a teenager and beating her father to death as protests spread over this case and another involving the gang-rape and murder of an eight-year-old girl.

The high court in Allahabad city on Friday ordered the arrest of Kuldeep Singh Sengar, a member of the Uttar Pradesh state parliament with the Bharatiya Janata party (BJP), after days of public outrage over the alleged crime, his defiant response and the apparent apathy of police.

Singh Sengar and his brother Atul Singh Sengar have been accused of raping a 15-year-old girl last June in a town in his constituency near the state capital, Lucknow.The family tried unsuccessfully for months to persuade police to register a case against the powerful local official until last Tuesday, when the family alleges he and a group barged into their home, molested the girl again, tied her father to a tree and beat him.

The case came to national prominence this week when the teenager tried to burn herself alive outside the residence of the Uttar Pradesh chief minister. The next day, her father, who had been detained by local police after he was alleged assaulted, died in custody.

At the same time, details of the alleged rape and murder of Asifa Bano, eight, in Kathua, in Jammu and Kashmir state, became national news after a group of Hindu lawyers tried to barricade a courtroom in the district to stop police from lodging charges.

The protesters, who were backed by state BJP ministers, allege the investigation into the alleged attack on the girl, who is a member of a nomadic Muslim tribe, was biased because some of the officers involved were also Muslim.

The sexual Holocoust of women, girls, female childs and babies must be ended worldwide. We mothers oft the world have enough, our patience is at it’s end! We want to walk without fear on this planet, that must be our future after the terrible time since mankind exists and we are always raped, tortured, mutilated, enslaved, killed for one reason, we are female!







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Mohamed Ayas
2 years ago
Because I'm a citizen of my country. I too have responsibility.

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Keerthanq Natarajan
2 years ago
I'm signing because , Girls are not an animal to accept whatever happens to us, we STAND, we FIGHT till we treated as a human.

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Rekha N
2 years ago
Hi,

This is my humble request. Is there any law preventing us to talk about social matters when we pursuing a degree in college? do let me know if any exists? Everyone has the right to freedom of expressing their thoughts

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Henri Tiphagne
2 years ago
I am signing b'c I feel classroom is the place where all discussions with total freedom & respect the right to free expression are allowed. A classroom is not a place to control view points but on the other hand one that allows students this freedom to express their opinions, however radical they may be of what is going on in the country. Much more in law classrooms. Principal Madam / Sir this speaks poorly not of your student but fo your good self. The National Law University Delhi has a Centre on death penalty which was also allowed to intervene before the SC of India in cases fo death penalty .... also remember students can also be human rights defenders in their classrooms speaking up for upholding human rights and students' rights. They need to be defended. I am willing to take this matter to the NHRC if required on behalf of the student and she contacts us.

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Bavitha B
2 years ago
Choosing a topic is her will and wish... if suppose you used in official words.. the department should have stopped in particular time. If this is a actual incident

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Moses.J Joshua
2 years ago
Cancel the order of suspension immediately. Restore Justice.