The atrocities on women across the country do not take the name of an end and if it is related to the Dalit society, then the administration does not shy away from being negligent, recently, along with the criminals from Haryana, the negligence of the police has also come to the fore. A heart-wrenching case has come to light from Faridabad (Haryana) where a 21-year-old Dalit girl was kidnapped and gang-raped and after that the criminals did not stop, they brutally murdered the girl by taking out both her eyes. This matter is hanging with the police for the last 5 days and the police was refusing to give the dead body of the deceased girl to her own family.
Significantly, in Faridabad (Haryana), a 21-year-old Dalit girl was kidnapped and gang-raped and brutally murdered with both her eyes removed. For the last 5 days, the police was not giving the girl’s body to the relatives, but today when the Bhim Army went and put pressure on them and inquired about the investigation of the case, they handed over the girl’s body to the family.
The Bhim Army conducted the post-mortem of the girl at the BK Hospital in Faridabad and obtained the copy of the post-mortem report and FIR, after which an FIR has been registered under the SC / ST Act, including section 302 of the IPC.
Expressing concern over the entire matter, Ambedkarite Sushil Shinde tweeted that “The casteist scoundrels raped, murdered and blindfolded our Dalit sister in Haryana. All this happened but no one made any difference. This country is hell for Dalits.”
According to Indian criminal statistics covering the years 2019 and 2020, one rape is reported every 16 minutes. 77 to 88 cases of rape are reported in our country on a daily basis. In 2019, the country had registered 88 cases of rape against women in a single day. Of the total 32,033 rape cases, 11 per cent were from the Dalit community. These statistics are certainly terrifying and make us think about the safety of women in our country. Recently, the NFHS-5 report states that it is the first time in the history of India that the sex ratio of women The number is more than that of men. But despite the increase in the proportion of women population, there has been hardly any reduction in crime against them.