My Dear Kiran Shaheen
I also support to your concern “JUSTICE FOR WOMEN” from my core of
heart and wish you good luck to call the march at India Gate on December 27,
In this regard, I would like to share my feeling with you to continue
your efforts to do the justice for our women in INDIA.
Look at a glance at our society, we have elected government among us maintaining
the Law and Order of our Country through the parliament, Courts, Police and so
on. With all these elements, why huge numbers of rapes and other crimes took
place in our Country. WHY? It means somewhere something is lacking. First we have
to find out the black sheep among us under the mask of Politician, bureaucrats,
Media persons and so on. Other side we have to work to provide better governance,
for example take-up the subject crime ‘RAPE’ how it happens. The point is : OPPORTUNITY
MAKES THE THIEF”. We know very well
SEX is very sensitive and important element of our daily life. Being an Adult how long we have passion to control the
physical desire “SEX” if its available and interact in our daily life at school
and work place while performing at any job in Day & Night. A single person
not much capable to understand the things well as much the Government. That’s
why every society has laws and punishment to control the nation. A right
punishment is executed with the supports of required provisions, condemn the crime
and encourage the legal aspect (for example to stop the RAPE) Make easy
provisions for marriages, every adult gender has a legal partner to enjoy the
Kindly take-up the above points for your further
discussion for better understanding.
Well-wisher from Anwar Masih Uddin
From: kiran shaheen <kiran_shaheen@...>
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Sent: Wednesday, December 26, 2012 7:01
Subject: [Arkitect India] Justice for Women NOW -Call for a citizen’s march to India Gate on 27 December
JUSTICE FOR WOMEN NOW!
Call for a citizen's march to India Gate on 27 December. Assemble at the Gol Gumbaz Nizamuddin at 2 p.m.
- Sack the Delhi Police Commissioner.
- Fast-track 1 lakh pending rape cases across the country within 100 days. Ensure swift and certain punishment in all cases of crimes against women.
- Register FIRs on all complaints of rape, sexual harassment and crimes against women. Announce and publicise gender-just protocols for FIRs and police investigation of crimes against women. Punish police who violate the protocols and display gender bias or victim blaming. Implement police reforms and judicial recommendations. There should be no immunity for offenders, whatever their status.
- Announce a process of consultation with women's organisations and students for a Special Session of Parliament in order to review and enact robust, democratic, gender-sensitive laws on crimes against women, including 'honour' crimes. We demand that the Bills on sexual assault and sexual harassment in the workplace must not be passed in their present form. We hope that the judicial commission will take on board the experience and representations of women's group known for their work on sexual assault and harassment.
- Ensure massive expansion of safe public transport for women.
The young student who was brutally gang-raped in Delhi
December is still battling for her life. We wish her a speedy recovery and convey all our support to her family and friends. We demand speedy trial and punishment for all the perpetrators of this heinous crime.We believe that the death penalty will not help lead to more convictions or end rape and will not bring about gender-just laws.
Ours is a peaceful protest. We condemn the highhandedness with which the police have cracked down on peaceful protestors since 16 December. We demand the immediate withdrawal of Section 144
and the closure of metro stations, and assert our right to assemble and peacefully protest at India Gate. At the same time, we also condemn the actions of a handful of anti-social elements who have tried to provoke violence. Women demand equality and freedom from violence in their homes as well as in the public sphere. We condole the death of the police constable after the violence on 23 December.
Despite massive protests across Delhi and India
, the government's assurances have been hollow and smack of tokenism. Until we are given firm assurances on our demands, we will continue our struggle. We call for strong resistance to any attempts to make women responsible for their own safety and to indulge in victim-blaming in cases of sexual violence. We demand that people in public positions who indulge in victim-blaming should quit.
It is now up to the government --
We appeal to all concerned citizens to join a March from Nizamuddin (Gol Gumbaz) to India Gate on 27 December at 2 pm.
No organization banners, flags or slogans are allowed.
No form of violence or provocation will be tolerated.
I carry a torch in one hand
And a bucket of water in the other:
With these things I am going to set fire to Heaven
And put out the flames of Hell
So that voyagers to God can rip the veils
And see the real goal.......
Rabia (Rabi'a Al-'Adawiyya)