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Petition to President, India, Government, Prime Minister of India, Swati Maliwal, President of India

Nirbhaya’s rapists have still NOT been hanged

Justice Delayed is Justice Denied. The men responsible for one of the most brutal rapes in the history of India have still not met with their rightful end. The Supreme Court upheld the lower courts order and labeled Nirbhaya’s case as the ‘rarest of the rare’ case. The court ordered their death sentence on May 5, 2017 and a year later they still are in jail with NO action. Their plea now lies with the Honorable President of India with NO Decision yet. Because of this delay, they are still alive and breathing. The culprits who put an end to an innocent life, who crossed all limits are still alive and breathing.  Our society is increasingly becoming unsafe for women. Be it Nirbhaya, or 8-year old in Kathua or the 11-year old in Surat- We demand justice for all. The nation came together and to seek justice for Nirbhaya yet, 6 years later the men responsible have not received their fair end. The society will continue to be unsafe for our women till we treat a crime as heinous as rape casually. Why has the government not been able to make a decision as simple as HANGING THESE RAPISTS yet? Why such callous behaviour towards such extreme crimes? Why have the rapists not been hanged till now? Till we don’t set an example, the society will continue to treat rape as an ordinary crime. Men who commit such crimes should shudder with fear when they realize that they too will be hanged for this. Nirbhaya’s parents, the society and women of this country seek JUSTICE from the President of this great nation.  It took the law 5 years to punish these culprits despite them being arrested. The Juvenile responsible for the brutality served three years in a correction cell and was let go.  It was after the relentless effort of the Nirbhaya Jyoti Trust, and the nation that came together that the Juvenile Justice Bill was amended. NOW WE REQUEST YOUR SUPPORT AGAIN TO ENSURE OUR EFFORTS DO NOT GO WASTE. WE REQUEST YOUR SUPPORT TO APPEAL TO THE PRESIDENT TO HANG THESE MEN WHO DON’T DESERVE TO LIVE. WE REQUEST YOUR SUPPORT TO ENSURE NO OTHER NIRBHAYA OR KATHUA OR SURAT HAPPENS IN THIS COUNTRY. How do we forgive people who take the life of innocent girls? Why are the culprits allowed to live while the girls did not? Recent incidents of minors being raped and killed are all an example of how fearless the criminals are of our laws and how confident they are of it’s loose ends. Let’s come together and fight for the justice that our society, our women deserve. Let us come together and sign this petition and remind our Honorable President that he has to bring us this justice. I, Sarvesh Tiwari, General Secretary of the Nirbhaya Jyoti Trust seek your support. We pledged that we will give a society that will be ‘Nirbhaya’ or without fear.

Sarvesh Tiwari
90 supporters
Update posted 1 week ago

Petition to United Nations, Google, Narendra Modi, PMO India, Hamid Ansari, Sashi Tharoor, Shri Ameising Luikham Secretary, India , Shri Siddharth Kishore Dev Verman Additional Secretary, Sushma Swaraj

#ChangeIsTheNewJustice - We have to stop more Asifas and Nirbhyas to happen, Lets Change

 In early January, Asifa Bano, an 8-year-old girl in a purple dress, was grazing her horses in a meadow in Kashmir when a man beckoned her into a forest. She followed.According to police, he grabbed her by the neck and forced her to take sleeping pills. With the help of a friend, they say, he dragged her to a nearby temple and locked her inside. For the next three days, police say, the two men and at least one other raped her, again and again. Suspects told investigators that their motive had been to drive Asifa's nomadic community out of the area. In the end, she was strangled, after one of the men allegedly insisted on raping her one last time.  Asifa Bano: This 8-year-old’s rape and murder is a horror story beyond sexual violence in IndiaIt was not just another isolated, horrific episode of sexual violence in India, but a planned attack to drive Asifa's nomadic community out of the area NEW DELHI:  In early January, Asifa Bano, an 8-year-old girl in a purple dress, was grazing her horses in a meadow in Kashmir when a man beckoned her into a forest. She followed. According to police, he grabbed her by the neck and forced her to take sleeping pills. With the help of a friend, they say, he dragged her to a nearby temple and locked her inside.For the next three days, police say, the two men and at least one other raped her, again and again. Suspects told investigators that their motive had been to drive Asifa's nomadic community out of the area. In the end, she was strangled, after one of the men allegedly insisted on raping her one last time.  Days later, Asifa's crumpled body was found in the forest, in the same purple dress, now smeared with blood. She was raped constantly for 8 days in a Hindu Temple and 4 Men were allegedly raping her which includes the caretaker of the temple and a police officer and 2 more. Later this year, a 8 month old girl was raped by her 28 years old cousin in and she couldn't survive. All of are are well aware of the nirbhya case and we know the plight of women in our country very well. This can happen with you and even with our sisters and mothers. Are we safe in our own mother land? No? Right? So, aren't we supposed to do something not just for Asifa but also for every girl in our society? Isn't it important for us to do something, going to the root cause of the problem and Provide justice to Asifa and Nirbhya. Yes let me tell you! When a girl is raped, just by punishing the rapist, they don't get justice, rather we need to rethink about the punishment and also take measures on long term basis to stop such sinister from ruining the lives of these poor girls and to make India a better place to live. Not just for women but for the humanity as a whole. We better not talk about religion, That could be the worst, because when a person kills a cow or eats non-veg near or in premises of a temple, which is considered as a scared place, it evokes a kind of rage in Hindus, which eventually is considered as a sin and gives rise to long debates and protest. This happens in all the religion is someone dis folllow a belief. But Raping a girl in premises of the temple and that too by the temple caretaker and for 8 days. Is it humanly or we humans are turning into animals day after day? Do we have to tame these Humans, train them not to do these sins? Are Humans worse than animals? When a girl is raped, she is not just physically assaulted, rather she is mentally destroyed, she lived the worst nightmare and it ruins her whole personality and the capability to adapt the world. So,raping a girl is more than just a crime, it takes more toe punish such animals.  But we should also get to the root cause of this problem, Its not about how a girl dresses! Its about the mentality the filth filled in these perverts and the notion that girls are considered inferior in our society, it something which kills!  What we need now?  We just don't need justice for Asifa! Or Nirbhya. We want a change in the system, a change in the mentalities of people! We have the youth, we need to teach them the importance of a women, a girl and uplift their thinking to a healthy level, THINKING A filth about a girl, is not what we want.  They say "CHARITY BEGINS AT HOME" but this should be interpreted like, If you really want to see a girl with these filthy thoughts, first try your vision on your sister and mother, maybe this does you good!  We not only should respect the dignity of every person, but have some decency to take care of people around us, after all we all are humans! So taking a stand for someone won't change anything but it can help that person a lot! We want a healthy mentality, we need to reduce and then eventually end these perverts from our society, These filth filled minds and unproductive thoughts! What we need from the organisation? We just need the govt. to improve the punishment for a rapist. We just don't need death sentence but a torture cell separately made for these animals! We don't know when rape tendencies generates in a person so, we want to work together! and do great stuff to uplift the mentalities of people, the citizens of India and to reflect a good side of India in the world. If we don't let our minds grow, then how will India Develop? If we don't provide justice then how will people retain faith on the govt. ? If we cannot change ourselves and our mentalities then we can do nothing! We need to change and change is the new justice. Lets change for good and help people around us as well and provide justice to rape victims.  #JusticeForAsifa #BetterMindsBetterWorld #ChangeIsTheNewJustice -Mukul Chugh(  

Mukul Chugh
349 supporters
Update posted 1 week ago

Petition to Shri Narendra Modi, Shri Rajnath Singh

Make Women Safe in India

Woman Not Object - Make Women Safe in India -  Crime against women has increased over the years with no end in sight. No government has taken any specific steps to make 50% of our population live without fear.  This aspect is no less than terrorism based on gender making them and their family live in fear of their safety. Everyday when a woman steps out of the home... she steps out in our country where she is probably eve-teased, sexually harassed or made to feel uncomfortable of her gender or on the worst side rapped, murdered or acid thrown at her.  Women are considered an object. It hampers their right to move freely or dress freely as per their wish. No less affected are their family members on their count. Till a woman comes back home safely from her outing... their parents and well wishers live in worry.  Its high time that something is done on this subject rather than we continue to ignore it and live like an ostrich with our heads under the sand.  By virtue of this petition a request, urge and demand is made from Prime Minister India to consider the following suggestions and take concrete steps towards making 60 Crore women in India feel safe and secure. He should amend the constitution as necessary to this end. It is pertinent to note here that providing safe living to its citizen is the first and foremost duty of any government especially in case of vulnerable population.  Suggestions for women's safety and security are as under -  1) Establish Woman only police station in every district of India to be directly under an officer no less than Inspector General rank. She should be a woman. Also the entire police station to be handled by woman officers.  2) All cases of crime against woman in their respective districts to be transfered or registered in the above Woman Police station.  3) Arrest of an accused only after vetting of the FIR by the Inspector General and on her order. This to ensure no harassment is caused because of frivolous or false case.  4) Amend the constitution and establish a Central Bureu of Safety & Security of Woman.  5) All woman police station to report to the above Bureau on all its FIR and investigations. Any woman facing difficulties in getting her FIR registered can approach this Bureu to lodge compaint.  6) Establish a Nation wide call centre having one number across India for women to call and seek help when in distress in real time. The number should be like 100 which we use at present  to call police to report a crime.  7) Establish dedicated trial courts to only deal with crime against women for speedy judgement. The judge of this court should be a woman. It must be equipped with video conferencing facility for complainant woman and for the witness of the case. This will ensure hassle free trial encouraging more woman to report crime against them bringing more perpetrators to justice.  8) Media campaign must be run regularly to highlight the functioning of these dedicated police stations and dedicated trial courts to create and environment of fear of law in anti socials or perpetrators of crime against wonen. This will create an environment of sense of security in the mind of women and their parents and their family.  The above suggestions in the petition have been drawn expecting much needed and long overdue reform alongside taking every other step in overhauling our system towards making women feel safe and secure.  Thanking you    

Manish Mishra
179 supporters