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Monday, 28 July 2014

Faceless, But Not Lifeless

The growth of human race is not possible without the existence of a womb, where a mother carries the burden of tremendous responsibilities, not just a child. She is the mother, sister, daughter, wife and a VICTIM of human cruelty. Women who possess equal rights in all the major religious scriptures gifted to the humanity has been chained in gender discrimination and derogatory attitude of the male dominated atrocious society of the India for countless years.

Women a symbol of love, kindness, emotions and beauty is disfigured badly by the wandering devils of male chauvinist world who are born to assault the bearer of human origin. Rape, murder and humiliation and to cover up all in darkness the powerful hooligans burn the innocent faces of helpless woman by acid attack in these days of rising crimes against women.

"It is pathetic. Such incidents still continue to take place," a bench headed by Chief Justice RM Lodha said. "Why is there laxity on your part?" the bench also comprising justices Kurian Joseph and RF Nariman asked the Centre and issued notices to it and state governments on a plea for framing rehabilitation policy for acid attack victims.

Earlier, the apex court had set a deadline of March 31 this year for state governments to frame rules for regulating sale of acid and other corrosive substances to prevent their misuse.

Though, the Supreme Court of India had directed acid attack a non-bailable offence but still the criminals are easily getting bails. Chanchal, whose face was destroyed in an acid attack at her native Chitnawan village of Patna district by four people in the year 2012, later bailed despite all valid evidences against them. "No one even tried to contact me since the apex court passed the order", said Chanchal. Let's pledge to help acid attack victims and make efforts to help them in getting their right, legally, financially and morally.

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