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PREPAK shows serious concern to the rising crime against women

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Proscribed group PREPAK shows serious concern to the ever rising crime against women in this part of the region. In a press released, the outfit said that even though the world community has been working out for empowerment of women through education women of the region still face serious form of crime committed to them. At the juncture, PREPAK said that the group will support the observance of the International Day for Elimination of Violence Against Women which falls on November 25.The outfit’s statement said that since the beginning of this year till November 10, 40 women have been raped and 61 murdered. Among the 62 murdered cases 24 were murdered mercilessly and 16 died in suspicious manner. And among these 16 cases 13 were married women including 4 pregnant.Among the 24 killed mercilessly, 4 are girls below the age of 10 and were murdered after being raped. Among the 40 women raped 16 are below the age of 18 and among these 13 are below the age of 10 years. The series of crime committed towards the woman of the region showed that some powerful people are committing crime at their will without respecting the laws of the land.The statement also added that during these periods a total of 287 crimes were committed against women as according to reports from daily newspapers.It further said, 78 crimes against women were reported in 2010, 166 were reported in 2011, 304 crimes against women were reported in 2012 and in 2013 a total of 285 cases of crime against women were recorded. Earlier in 2005 the recorded crimes against women was 117, in 2006 it was 102, in 2007 it as 75, in 2008 it was 101 and in 2009, the number of recorded crime against women was 117.In India one among 5 women suicide due to atrocities are married. Due to the existing system of the country around 8000 women become victims of crime against women. The PREPAK said that the rate of crime against women in Kangleipak is increase as it continues to follow the trends of Indian culture.It may be recalled that India is a signatory to the Convention of All Forms of Discrimination against Women and has agreed to rectify Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act-2005 on October 16, 2006. However, it has never taken up appropriate measures to rectify the laws. It was due to the inability to rectify the act that women of India as well as Kangleipak continue to suffer.On the other hand Indian court takes around 10/20 years in delivering justice to the rape victim. Police too had not submitted charge sheets for many of the rape case pending in the court o India. And many rape cases were left unreported to police as they have lost credibility.A last solution to safeguard the women will only be possible after every people of the region become equal.

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