Unsafe Life of Female in India: Woman Cop Was Raped by Sub-inspector
September 28, 2018 | Brainwave Science
Breaking the silence after several months, a woman constable opened up about multiple crimes against her during her work in the police. The woman accused her co-worker in sexual harassment. She told that she was raped by a sub-inspector on a number of occasions. Moreover, the woman constable said that the crime happened on the false pretext of marriage.
According to the police, the woman worked as a constable in Kasganj district. Also, officials informed that a suspect is a sub-inspector Piyush Singh. After appearing of the accusations, he has been booked under Section 376 of the Indian Penal Code and also under SC-ST Act for raping a woman constable working with him.
Ashok Kumar Shukla, the Superintendent of Police, has confirmed that Piyush Singh had been suspended and will be sent to jail. Besides, Mr. Shukla informed that exemplary punishment will be ensured for the accused to deter all men in uniform from indulging in such heinous crimes.
India is the most dangerous country for sexual violence against women, according to the Thomson Reuters Foundation 2018 survey. The nonprofit organization Stop Street Harassment found that 81% of women all over the world had experienced some form of sexual harassment during their lifetime. Unfortunately, sexual harassment isn’t a new problem for India where rights of women are violated on regular basis. Especially, this problem is rising in work area where women become a target of sexual harassment from men’s side. According to the research of the Indian National Bar Association, over 38% of women claimed to have faced sexual harassment at the workplace.
The recent incident of rape has stirred the conscience of women all over the country. Women cannot feel protected and be confident in their security. Today officials in India are faced with an ongoing challenge: how to decrease the problem of sexual harassment against women?
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