(CHAKRA Blogs) By: ‘An average Indian citizen who supports Women’s Rights and Free Speech, but questions biased intent’
May God grant Nirbhaya’s Atma Moskha and may her parents and friends one day get justice and closure. I am posting this video not to support the BBC, NDTV or the political left in India.
I am posting this video to show you how India stood in solidarity against these barbarians who committed this deed. I won’t break the law by mentioning Nirbhaya’s name unlike the corrupt media. The barbarian who showed no remorse and his defense lawyer who has even worse thinking than his client stand exposed. The sick defense lawyer should be disbarred! India is not a banana republic and sure it has plenty of problems. Rape and misogyny are obviously big problems. Rather than painting every Indian male with a broad brush, I urge you to watch this video from an academic perspective.
What is it that created such social decay in India? I have my theories but I won’t discuss them here. I want to read your thoughts. There is a strong left lobby saying that India’s government at the center is Hindu Nationalist and therefore misogynist. For this ‘alleged’ reason, they sought a ban on the documentary. Well, isn’t perception management a responsibility of a country’s leaders? Do you think any country likes to be labeled a banana republic where anything can be done? A functioning democracy with an able judiciary does not deserve such unfair treatment. The government had its reservations based on technicalities: how interviews were granted etc.
With all due respect to Leslee Udwin (as I know she too is a victim of rape), might I request her to please work on a UK Grooming documentary that exposes the apathy of UK society towards girls who were, are and will be victimized by groomers. I hope she interviews jailed groomers and exposes them when they display no remorse because their religion doesn’t consider their actions as rape or sexual abuse. Make no mistake, groomers will use religious justification for their actions. I hope Ms Udwin exposes the UK’s police departments, courts, and politicians who worked so hard to cover up the issue for so long. They worked so hard to hide that a certain segment of a community was responsible.
I hope Ms Udwin has the moral courage to pull off what she did in India in the UK. Anyway, I am concerned with justice and making sure societal problems are solved. I won’t harp further on the international double standards and politics of this topic. Om Shanti Shanti Shantihi. You are in the thoughts of all, Nirbhaya.
Some people took to Twitter to ask why BBC wasn’t covering big issues in the UK and instead using much of their resources covering a case in India that already is getting lots of coverage locally.
We are in the middle of the biggest rape and child exploitation scandal in our countries history, and the @BBC are focusing on india’s rapes
— Tommy Robinson (@TRobinsonNewEra) March 5, 2015
The BBC didn’t have to go to India to make a documentary about rape, they could’ve saved money by filming it in rotherham #IndiasDaughter
— The BBC Sucks BBCs (@DHewson) March 5, 2015