Delhi Becomes Crime Capital Of India !

@AKRao24 (10891)
India
December 18, 2012 10:11pm CST
It is very unfortunate to say that Delhi has become crime Capital of India. Kidnapping, murders, molestations, rapes and gang rapes have become day to day affairs here. It seems the criminals are no more having fear of cops or the Authorities. The recent incident where a medical student undergoing her internship was gang raped in a bus, while the bus was moving in the city itself. This incident is a slap on the face of humanity. The poor girl was brutally molested, tortured and raped by four people in the moving bus and she was later on thrown away from the moving bus on the streets along with her boy friend, who were later on rescued by police with the help of some local people. People in Delhi are not safer anymore. Their security is at stake. Not only the women and girls but other people are also feel unsecured till the time they don’t reach back their homes from the city. It is really very pathetic to see that the criminals are behaving recklessly and they are indulging themselves in all sorts of crimes without any fear of Police or higher authorities. Have they lost the fear of Police? Why they are so casual in committing such crimes? Now may I know from my fello Mylotters about the Police force and its influence on the criminals in their country? Your participation in this discussion will behighly appreciated! Thanks !
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6 responses
@Sreekala (20906)
• India
19 Dec 12
Hello Rao ji, The incident was unfortunate and cruel indeed. This particular incident is shaking the Parliament too like a storm. I felt it is a shameful incident for all of us. I can’t understand where we loss humanity, love and concern to other lives. The incident reminds me that we are worst than animals. You are absolutely right, there is many bad incidents going on in this place on daily basis. Crimes are increasing everyday even the cops are seen all over the city on duty. However, it does not mean that other Indian states are safe. Delhi is a small city and all incidents (bad and good) are getting reported by media as media is much active and alert in the city than the cops. Let me tell my opinion here, an active police force is not enough to save the lives. They have their own limitations. Even if the cases are charged, influenced people can escape easily from the Law. So I felt the transformation must undergo in the minds of every human beings. When we are ready to change our own, then only the crimes will be vanished from the society. Otherwise government should make new and strict Laws which should be implemented within a short span of time without getting influenced by the politicians.
@rapolu_cs (1184)
• India
23 Dec 12
It is not good what happened recently in delhi...all indians are againest it...Hope God should bless the girl with good health back up and going...I feel that the criminals have to be punished in such a way that no one should dare even to think about it... I have a good suggestion people should write opinion no how to deal with this case...i found a Good Site so that you can share your feelings so that every one can be in one phase commitment... try to get on www.changeiwant.blogspot.com
@dodoazo (16304)
• Philippines
19 Dec 12
Well, what can you expect from a city? In a big city, particularly the capital city, crimes in any form, killings, robbery, and any forms of sins are abounding. They couldn't be controlled. Even there are laws that govern and punish those criminal, yet they couldn't be controlled. Well, we're lucky that our place is peaceful. We live where crimes, thievery are not common or rampant.
@AKRao24 (10891)
• India
23 Dec 12
Yes, dear Dodoazo, I agree with you that the crimes are part and parcel of any big city. But the problem is that they are being committed in Delhi without any fear of Authority. The crimes like killings, gang rapes, rapes are being conducted as if the criminals are enjoying them as their hobby. There were crimes in the past, but today they are in abundance and there is no check on control over this! In fact the laws in India are also needed to be changed and also the judiciary system too. Strict and strong punishment should be given to the culprits after preceding such heinous cases on fast tracks so that justice is not delayed. The attitude of the police personals should also be changed. I have mentioned some points why today the status of police is like this in the Capital in Sreekala's response (discussion). You will be clear why I am saying the above things by going through the comment I left there! You are really lucky o live a place where it is peaceful and without any crimes and criminals! God bless you all and pray him that such peace be maintained forever there! Thanks for responding!
@DoctorDidi (7030)
• India
22 Jan 13
Yes, I agree with you. The law and order situation in Delhi is the worst in the country. But it is a pity that the government never takes any drastic action to curb this high rate of crimes in Delhi. The popular protest in Delhi was apparently against that brutal rape, but it was also fuelled by a deep anguish at the failures of the political class. The police personnel in Delhi are concerned only about the security of the VIPs but are least interested regarding the security of common people. So, this outburst of common people was an expression of anger against the police and against the government. There was a wide spread perception that that those well –connected can escape punishment. The circumstances of the rape-perpetrated in a public transport vehicle on a student who was returning home after watching a movie in the nation’s capital- allowed vast sections of society to identify themselves with the victim. The outrage could be linked to the incident as well as un-assuaged concerns and restlessness over a period of time. This rape was only a trigger. It appears to have unleashed concerns relating not just to insecurity in society but also long- delayed justice. So, we must hope that the government should take a lesson from it and the police should also be active, at least to some extent.
@rapolu_cs (1184)
• India
23 Dec 12
It is not good what happened recently in delhi...all indians are againest it...Hope God should bless the girl with good health back up and going...I feel that the criminals have to be punished in such a way that no one should dare even to think about it... I have a good suggestion people should write opinion no how to deal with this case...i found a Good Site so that you can share your feelings so that every one can be in one phase commitment... try to get on www.changeiwant.blogspot.com
@allknowing (60509)
• India
19 Dec 12
Sonali Mukherjee is a case in point. As we all know she was a victim of an acid attack because she resisted rape. Even after 9 years the culprits are roaming free. That is India for you. http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/with-no-hope-for-justice-acid-attack-victim-from-dhanbad-wants-to-die/1/208115.html
@ZoeJoy (1395)
• United States
19 Dec 12
Sometimes the only thing you can do is move out of a crime-ridden city. So sorry to hear about that girl. That is very horrible. We complain about problems in the USA but we hear little about how it is worse in other countries. Living in smaller communities is safer. No guarantees but a safer situation.