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Yesterday (21.12.2012), I was watching a TV report where it was mentioned that hundreds of our MLAs (Members of Legislative Assembly, who are elected by the citizens of India and entrusted power to govern the (28) Indian states) and a few MPs (Members of Parliament- who are elected by the citizens of India and entrusted power to govern the country by framing/amending laws) have charges of committing crime against women (rape). If this reporting is true, then it is wondering to think 'how can a democratically run state power allow such people to come to power'? In presence of such criminal leaders, can it be possible to frame a law where a rapist would be hanged to death? Moreover, even if, such laws would be framed, it would be very difficult to prove that the culprit has committed such crime. If a poor family is victim of such crime and the rapist is a rich or politically powerful man, then it will never be allowed to bring this incident to limelight. If genuinely reported then it may be found that everyday such crimes are taking place in each and every corner of India, where administration at some (lower-intermediary-higher) levels are indirectly involved. If such incidents happen in elite families or politically empowered families, then there we witness a hue and cry. Unlike Delhi gang rape case - a case of gang rape of a minor school girl has been reported in Hazaribagh, Jharkhand. The victim is reported to be in critical condition admitted in Ranchi Institute of Medical College, Ranchi. But this incident did not receive any coverage. In fact, we are heading towards westernization or liberalization to an extreme level. Who does not know that a sizable proportion of school going rural children (what to talk of urban children) are experiencing watching blue film video shots and inculcating perversion. Several incidents are coming up where the children are committing crimes to manage money to buy a costly mobile (beyond their economic capacity) or buying a hero-honda motorbike. Some of the most abused children are not sparing their innocent and impoverished parents to cheat or to murder (in some cases). Very few such incidents happening in our rural hinterlands, are reported. Thanks to the British-India promoted police-stations that manage to settle all such issues using several unethical and inhuman practices. These new generation children are growing up in a social environment (devoid of any ideology, ethics, culture, values and morality). They are taught business (every relation for profit either in terms of money or comfort or merry making or be-fooling) culture. In fact, all crimes like rape have roots in our national economic, social and cultural policies. Therefore, such crimes could never be checked merely through legislation. For this, rule of capital or rule for market promotion need to be transformed into the rule of social development in true sense of the term; where everybody will behave for the welfare of the humanity and not for personal gains. So long the moribund capitalism and its crook leaders would not be wiped out , such an ideal social environment could not be established.

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