The documentary called ‘India’s daughter’ that exposes the 16/12/2012 Delhi rape case, directed by Leslee Udwin, produced by BBC and supposed to be aired at 9 p.m. on Women’s day has been banned by our honourable Home Minister. Commendable, sir!
The documentary is a holistic overview of all aspects of the case. It demonstrates the grief of her parents, the ruthlessness of the convicts, the opinions of the Defense lawyers, heads of NGOs, High Court lawyers as well as that of the families of the rapists. It has been banned on grounds of its criminally instigating nature. The underlying question is- Will banning it guarantee a safe and secure India for women?
After raping a helpless girl and hitting her with an iron rod so savagely that her intestines gush out, what right do those beasts have to live? This December, the juvenile shall be out of jail, ready to rape another girl, maybe on a train journey this time! Why delay capital punishment when they have all the evidences against them and when they have confessed their crimes already? Why give them a chance to defend themselves when they gave the girl no chance to save herself? Why should we be tolerant of such psychopaths committing heinous crimes? Why should they even be allowed to be a part of the society?
Two years and three months- the case seems to be going nowhere! Simply take their lives away! What right do they have to live after they ruined a girl’s future, devastated her parents and made every woman in the country insecure? Deferring their punishment is nothing but providing an incubation period for more potential rapists! What good is it going to do to the world? How is it going to foster women’s safety?
The rapists have not even the slightest sign of remorse on their faces. They do not even feign it! One of those makes absurd statements such as the girl is more responsible than the boy for the rape, giving us capital punishments will do nothing but force rapists to kill girls after raping; we at least threw her on the road alive are evident of how inhuman those brutes were! There is no point keeping them alive! Kill the bastards, including the juvenile! Who gave him the brains of raping a six years older girl, when he himself was of the ‘tender’ age of seventeen and a half?
Dear Home Minister, change your sick mentality before changing the nation! Tumhare rehte achchhe din kabhi nahi aaenge! Let every Indian watch the documentary and be AWARE! Let women learn to be bold, aware, courageous and never submissive to any hungry male! Let the potential rapists learn a lesson that they have no right to touch a girl without her consent, barely to satisfy their irrepressible sexual desires! The entire country will rush on the streets and kill them if they even think of it! Let the judiciary understand that IT OUGHT TO HASTEN ITS MESSED UP LEGAL PROCEEDINGS to give every rape victim justice! Let the country understand what a kind of future we are shaping for our next generations! Let the world know how safe our country is!
There is life beyond votes, Minister. The country trusts you. Every woman trusts you. Banning the documentary does not ban the crime, it only boosts it. Show your manliness and accept that there are ones from your sex who are not human at all. Take away their right to live and don’t be a coward!
We are with you, Ms. Jyoti Singh. We salute you for the fight you fought till your last breath. You will be an inspiration for all of us. We will never let you down. We shall spread the light you wanted to, all across the world.
It is time our politicians unveil their masks and rid themselves of their hypocritical attitudes. We are not fools to vote for wimps who cannot come forward in favour of the women of our country!
Yes, we are women, and we are not afraid of men! We are together against these wild beasts. We are strong and together in this fight for our freedom from the threat of such criminals!